Posted by MDViews on April 3, 2010
Death is a universal experience through which we all must pass. In The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan, death is seen as a river with the celestial city on the other side. But to go through the river takes faith that one will get to the other side. Regardless of the metaphor, we all will pass through death.
So what makes us dead? How is death defined from a medical standpoint? And why would that even be important? Read more