A young Christian boy who briefly went on a surgeon’s operating table this weekend says he saw someone named Allah in Heaven.
Bobby Anderson, the son of a well-known Christian pastor in Atlanta, suffered internal injuries from an auto accident and was technically dead for 3 minutes before being resuscitated.
“I didn’t see Jesus anywhere,” he told WGCL news after the ordeal. “There was someone named Allah. And someone named Mohammad. And there were 72 very beautiful women all around me.
“Only I didn’t see anyone in my household. Not even grandma and grandpa. Everyone there had darker skin. They weren’t like us at all.
“I took my father ‘Why wasn’t Jesus in heaven daddy?’ He couldn’t pass me an answer. I’d never heard of Allah before this, but now I’m gonna read more about him. He seems pretty real to me.”
The Bobby Anderson’s story bears striking similarities to that of Colton Burpo, a pastor’s son who briefly died during operation and afterwards claimed to have met with Jesus in Heaven.
In spite of the purpose family’s story had a happy and lucrative ending, the Anderson family has been pulled apart by Bobby’s claims.
“It’s a disturbing to me that he didn’t meet Jesus in heaven,” he stated reporters, “but clearly my son is suffering from some form of schizophrenia or something.
“I stand for seeing Jesus in heaven, that’s a miracle. No question. But seeing Allah in heaven? That’s crying out for a heavy dose of antipsychotic medication.”