Beyond Death's Door

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Random House Publishing Group, Jan 1, 1985 - 176 pages
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All through recorded history people have predicted life after death. But only now, with modern resuscitation methods, are we beginning to see Beyond Death's Door. Does death represent the end of this life or the beginning of another? Does anyone know what happens after death? Has anyone been there? What does it feel like? Is there evidence to support the biblical descriptions of hell? Anyone who has ever pondered these important questions will find new, fascinating food for thought in Beyond Death's Door, a significant book by a leading heart specialist the recounts the experiences of individuals who have survived clinical death and returned to tell us about it.

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This is a unique book about near-death experiences (NDEs) because Dr. Rawlings discusses hellish NDEs more at length and he discusses the effect of NDEs on his own beliefs. Dr. Rawlings covers other areas including prevention of untimely death, historic examples of NDEs, pleasant NDEs, the needs of the terminally ill, religion, and spirituality. It is a short book that is written in a direct, straightforward style. I was especially impressed with the effects of NDEs on Dr. Rawling's beliefs. I think he is genuinely trying to help people with this book. I hope he publishes a new, revised edition that includes his findings after 1978. 


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