A dissenting critic of Dr. Stevenson's work on reincarnation is Leonard Angel of the Arts and Humanities Department of Douglas College, New Westminster, Canada.

  The case history that he focuses on is that of the Lebanese boy from Stevenson's book, Twenty Cases Suggestive of Reincarnation.
Angel argues that the methods and materials used by the famous reincarnation researcher in his verification of these cases has never been subjected to a thorough critical examination. To conduct this critical examination Angel uses the Elwar case because "in this case alone Stevenson himself recorded the prior-to-verification memories, was present at the initial meetings between the boy who had the past-life memories and the surviving family members of the alledged past life, and conducted the verifications of the memories."


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