The Case Against Life After Death

The human being has been given the ability to foresee death’s inevitability.

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Oliver T. Spedding

The mystery surrounding life after death will always remain but there is one theory that is seldom expressed but needs to be considered.

We accept that human beings are a valid part of nature and that, apart from our superior intellect that allows us to be aware of our being and also enables us to believe in our own immortality and…

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I’m a freelance writer, book illustrator, songwriter and artist. Through my writing I am hoping to spread hope and encouragement. Don’t ever give up!

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Oliver Thomas Spedding

Oliver Thomas Spedding

I’m a freelance writer, book illustrator, songwriter and artist. Through my writing I am hoping to spread hope and encouragement. Don’t ever give up!

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