Saved by the Light: The True Story of a Man who Died Twice and the Profound Revelations He Received

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Wheeler Pub., 1994 - Religion - 169 pages
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The author recounts the true stories of his two near-death experiences and explains how they triggered a spiritual transformation

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User Review  - johedger - LibraryThing

This is one of the best. It tells the story of a man struck by lightning, and what he experienced while clinically dead. He tells you how he coped with the aftermath of this experience in a very down ... Read full review

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This book was fascinating and I enjoyed reading it. My only disappointment was not finding out more. I would have liked to read more current information however that is probably in the subsequent book ... Read full review

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About the author (1994)

Dannion Brinkley is the author of the New York Times and international bestsellers Saved by the Light and At Peace in the Light. His books, tours, and lectures, with his wife, Kathryn, have transformed the consciousness of people across the world. Their nonprofit organization, The Twilight Brigade/Compassion in Action, trains volunteers to be at the bedside of our nation's veterans. It was nominated for the Heart of Hospice award in 2008. Dannion and Kathryn share their lives with six children between their homes in Nevada and South Carolina.

Paul Perry attended Arizona State University and received a fellowship from the Freedom Forum Foundation at Columbia University in 1988. He taught magazine writing at the University of Oregon and was Executive Editor at American Health magazine. He is the co-author with Melvin Morse of Closer to the Light, Transformed by the Light, and Where God Lives, which won the 2002 Aleph Award for the best spiritual book published that year in France. His work has appeared in numerous publications including National Geographic Adventure, Ladies Home Journal, Rolling Stone, Men's Journal, and Reader's Digest.

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