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The Case for Heaven

by Mally Cox-Chapman

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In my quest for more knowledge on the afterlife I have chosen to read this book. It was both very interesting and informative. The author gave example after example of different near death experiences and provided a religious interpretation of each story. I really enjoyed the different types of encounters people had and was relieved that it was a little different from the other books that I have read. I am not sure if the author completely convinced me that near death experiences are real. I desperately want to believe that they are, but wonder why people would really want to come back if heaven was so great. I could understand hell, but not heaven. My only fall back with this book is that it did not keep me engrossed. I found myself putting the book down and waiting a day or so to pick it up with determination to finish it. I felt like it was a chore reading certain parts of the book. The author is a very talented writer and is genuine with her information that she is sharing. However, it just did not click with me. If you are person that enjoys books about heaven, the afterlife, and near death experiences than this book is for you. I do not recommend this book for people that are into near death experiences about both heaven and hell. I did not see really anything that covered hellish experiences, but maybe I overlooked something. This book would be good for someone that has lost a loved one recently or has someone who is in the process of transitioning. ( )
  Jennifer35k | Jul 31, 2013 |
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An examination of near-death experiences, based on inteviews with more than fifty people who went through them, reveals a strong belief in the afterlife, a commitment to love and spiritual growth, and the loss of fear of death. Reprint. AB. LJ.

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