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The Lazarus phenomenon is a film about the search for man for life after death. It is a fascinating real-life drama that unfolds in various places, including the island of the Indian Ocean of Mauritius. A young New Zealand surfer on an "endless summer vacation" dies after being bitten by one of the deadliest creatures in the ocean, but lives to tell his story. Daniel Ekechukwu, a Nigeria pastor who was certified dead and placed in the state, returned from the dead to tell his tale. These stories will surprise you, and intrigue you as they make you think.
Christian miracles occur regularly in Third World countries and Christianity is growing exponentially. . This is what happened to a group of persecuted Christian believers about their pastor who died in an automobile accident. Daniel Ekechukwu, a Nigeria pastor who was certified dead and placed in the state, returned from the dead to tell his tale. He was pronounced dead, taken to the morgue, and then to the Church for a burial and burial. His parishioners pray for his lifeless body. You will see the actual videotape as the dead shepherd begins to breathe again. --Don Greve Pastor Emeritus St. Mark's Church
Have you ever wondered about life after death? What is beyond that veil? The Lazarus phenomenon examines two documented accounts of the true life of men from different parts of the world each having a real-life experience with life after death. These two stories will surprise you and intrigue you. Are you ready for what awaits you? What happens when you die? --Johan Strum Executive Producer
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- MPAA rating : Unrated (Not Rated)
- Product Dimensions : 0.59 x 5.38 x 7.56 inches; 3.04 Ounces
- Director : Reghardt van den Bergh
- Media Format : Color, NTSC
- Run time : 50 minutes
- Release date : August 14, 2008
- Actors : Regardt Van Den Bergh
- Subtitles: : English, French, Spanish
- Studio : Eternal Pictures
- ASIN : B000A4513C
- Number of discs : 1
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By JAG on August 31, 2018
It was told the rich man died in his ways, and went to hell. When Lazarus died, he went to heaven. The rich man saw Lazarus at the foot of the prophet Abraham from a far, and begged for water to quench his thirst; Abraham explained how it wasn't possible to fulfill his request.
The second story was of the African Pastor, and his experience with death.
He was declared dead for three days; his body had been embalmed.
Upon his spiritual visit, it was told to him by an angel, of what happened between him and his wife that led to his resentment against her, that if the book of judgment were to close upon him, hell would be his portion.
The 3D effects, lets you visualize what the African man had seen.
The moral of this, is,
God doesn't care if you had given your life to Him, and call yourself a Christian, and or a Pastor, a Preacher; if you do not keep His commandments, and if you completely turn your back on Him, you will be judged according to your actions here on earth.
The third story was of the New Zealander, named Ian Mc Cormack, and of his near death experience. He had been stung several times by poisonous, boxed jellyfish.
It was the knowledge upon remembering his mother, and what she had always told him to pray when he was in trouble; that alone, urged Ian to ask God to teach him what to say in prayer. The 3D visualization of his near death experience, will have you glued to the TV screen.
Ian McCormack conducts a fervent prayer, on the special features of the DvD.
I've concluded the movie as being an informative masterpiece; a tool to save, encourage and deliver one from eternal damnation.
I really recommend this teaching tool for new, old, and non Christians alike.
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The diver story was, well, total garbage. Talk about sensationalizing facts - I believe that he did have an experience whereby he was probably stung by a jellyfish and ended up in the hospital. However, I think the overwhelming majority of things he said were glorified, made up, and intentional exaggerations. I did not find him believable as there were no verifiable bits of information to give credence to his story; in a movie that cited professional doctors opinions on NDE's they would have been well served to have staff members interviewed to provide unbiased accounts and give credibility to his story. I think he was mostly full of it.
All that said, I do believe in NDE's and parts of this documentary were interesting. If you overlook the poor editing and graphics it isn't a total write off or trainwreck. The main complaint that I would have is it leaves a taste of potential damnation and fear if you do not follow some sort of orderly direction in your waking life. While I feel have a good orderly direction is very important, this movie alludes to consequence and judgement, which are things I do necessarily agree with.