I just skimmed through your review. I have a skeptic question that I rarely see skeptics bring up: anaesthetics wipe out consciousness completely, if there's a soul, where does it go during surgery? In a dreamless sleep there's still some degree of awareness, when you wake up you feel there's a passage of time, whereas for anaesthetics you close your eyes then open them again like everything was instant. I find this to be easily the most problematic argument against afterlife, I'm surprised it rarely gets brought up by materialists, there are ways to deal with personality change/memory loss etc, and please don't get me started on how stupid split brain is, even if I was a materialist split consciousness is beyond stupid. But anaesthetics I see no way out, even if the brain is shut down we should still experience something if there was a soul.