Nothing Better Than Death: Insights into Sixty-Two Near-Death Experiences

Xlibris (2002)
Abstract
The author takes a look at sixty-two near-death experiences and shares them with the reader. They range in topics from God, Heaven, Hell, Reincarnation and Suicide, to name a few. Did these people truly see into the next world? Did they reveal hat awaits each one of us as we walk through that portal? Does it really matter what faith we are or how good or bad we are in this life? This book delivers to the reader compelling testimonies from credible people who are absolutely convinced theire's was an experience of life after death.
Keywords The meaning of life from the perspective old death.  Compelling testimonies from people who have survived death.  The meaning of death from those who have experienced the end of life.
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