Immortality and the Afterlife:
Some Christian, Bahá'i, and Modern Western Secular Perspectives

By Fariba Hedayati

First presented at the Irfan Colloquia Session #12
Newcastle, England
December 6–8, 1996
(see list of papers from #12)

    One part of this paper discussed cryonics (freezing people at the point of death in the hope that in the future they can be thawed and revived) and its possible implications for Bahá'i theology.

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