Near Death Experiences, Heaven, and Christianity
We're talking about near-death experiences today with author of "Revealing Heaven: The Christian Case for Near-Death Experiences", Reverence John W. Price. Did you know that within the Bible itself there are four discrete and opposing views of the after life? We're talking about that as well as why the idea of near-death experiences is considered controversial for some Christians.

There are a lot of similarities between people who have near-death experiences - from tunnels of light to being surrounded by their loved ones on the other side. We talk about those similarities as well as the transformations that often occur when people discover it is not yet their time to leave this world. It's a surprising show and not just from the aspect of the tremendous number of people who have had these experiences!

Listen in and for more information about near-death experiences and Reverence Price's work, please contact him at revealing.heaven@outlook.com.

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