To Hell and Back: Life After Death-- Startling New Evidence

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T. Nelson, 1993 - Religion - 255 pages
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Of the numerous authors investigating neat-death experiences, almost none of them report negative or unpleasant cases. Instead, they insist that all cases are positive and glorious, thus promoting the confident assumption that heaven's gates are open wide for everyone who dies regardless of religion or belief. The resulting conclusions of these authors seem clear. No longer do these investigators consider death as oblivion or the end of it all. And none of them seem to believe in a place called hell. Because they see only the "good" experiences for the next life -- that all near-death experiences report a common glimpse of glory -- the birth of a new religion and philosophy has emerged.

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