A UK-based research team has conducted the largest-ever medical study on the possibility of life after death and has confirmed that there is scientific evidence to suggest that life can continue after death.
PC writes: “Can you please educate us about the Muslim philosopher Rumi? I have Catholic relatives that quote him all the time on Facebook. My relatives that are outside the church often respond by “liking” these quotes. Something about these Rumi quotes don’t sit well with me but I can’t put my finger on exactly what bothers me about his philosophy. Thank you.”
LT asks: “Is Havening (Technique) new age? Should one avoid Havening?”
BVS writes: “I am writing to inquire about the Maximum Ride book series, our son brought these home, and is reading one for a book assignment for his parochial school. He has read the book School is Out Forever, and brought home the book, The Final Warning. . . . My internal red flags started firing when on the back cover it reads ‘Like the Harry Potter series, this reading will be shared by children, their parents and grandparents’ . . .
NE writes: “I was at a friend’s house and we played a card game called Wizard. When one of the four cards that has a wizard on it is played, it trumps all the others. I began to wonder after if it was OK to play it.”
MP writes: “Could you please tell me who Max Lucado is and what his belief system is? The woman’s book club at our parish is reading a book by him called And the Angels Were SILENT for their April reading. I do not belong to it, but I have seen that he writes for Hallmark cards and I know he wrote The Christmas Candle movie, which sounded like a good Christmas movie. Are his writings harmless or is he New Age?”