Another woman - Alive - but "not responding" - NOW ALIVE AND WELL!
Another young man - "dead" for 10 years - now - MARRIED!!
Welcome to TrueLifeTrueDeath
This website was launched on June 14, 2015, and is being updated regularly, so come back often to see the new information we have added.
TrueLifeTrueDeath Mission: to expose the lie of the "brain-death" diagnosis by medical professionals; to present the actual teachings of various religions and cultures regarding true death; to assist those who want to protect themselves and their families from the government regulations which allow for vital organs to be "harvested" from living patients the moment a medical professional declares the patient "brain-dead", despite any objections by the family.
Christian definition of death - "when the soul leaves the body". The church has yet to define that moment.
A good place to start: To get a better understanding of this issue, you may want to read the 4 brochures on the "Booklets and Brochures" tab above. These are free pdf brochures that you can download and print for your friends, family, pastors, rabbis and group leaders. Please help us get this information to the general public.
Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
A Haunting Sermon - "Brain Dead People are Not Dead: --- Death=the soul has left the body."
Discussing the issue - The New Yorker - As Good as Dead
From the article:
"It may be too much to say that the concept of brain death is an outright lie, but it is certainly less than the truth. Like many of technology’s sublime achievements, organ transplant, for all its promise, also has an unavoidable aspect of horror—the horror of rendering a human being into raw materials, of turning death into life, of harvesting organs from an undead boy. Should a practice, however noble, be able to hold truth hostage? Perhaps the medical profession should embrace the obvious: to be an organ donor is to choose a particular way to finish our dying, at the hands of a surgeon, after some uncertain border has been crossed—a line that will change with time and circumstance, and one that science will never be able to draw with precision. ♦"
Read the full article here: http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2001/08/13/as-good-as-dead
For questions or more information, contact us at info@TrueLifeTrueDeath.com
- Jun. 17, 2015