Death - and After?
The debate over life after death has been at the center of a theological maelstrom for thousands of years. In this volume, Annie Besant draws on Christian tenets, New Thought concepts, and other faith traditions to offer a speculative account of the experience that humans may encounter when they pass from this world. Death -- and After? offers a fascinating take on this age-old conundrum.
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