What some of us forget is that many fundamentalist christians have a particularly materialistic idea of the resurrection. They take it be a resurrection of our physical bodies on some new kind of physical earth. This is contrast with the idea of a spiritual heaven in which we live and talk and meet people with our spiritual bodies. This 'spiritual world' is supported by NDE experiences, but not the ideas of purely physical resurrections. So people like McCormack are filling a serious gap of ignorance, and his information will be extremely useful when fundamentalist christians actually die. We do not want them to be stuck with strange ideas like 'sleeping on the bosom of Abraham' (from a literal reading of the bible), and hence in the spiritual world wanting to sleep inertly rather than getting up and about to enjoy the wonderful delights and musics and colors (and much more)!