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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2000

    QUIET DRAMATIC

    'The Resurrection'..finally fisnished and analyzing this powerful book 'by Hank Hanegraaf, this is 2 or three of my reviews. Hank Hanegraaff tries to comfront himself after his own father 'died' ..he saw his father's body inside a coffim ready to be burried, the author wondered,'WHERE IS MY FATHER GOING AFTER HIS BURIAL..IS HE GOING TO HEAVEN OR HELL' ..the author authoritively confirmed his father is going inside the 'Heavenlies' ..his 'father's spirit will reach the heavens, and then his body will be resurrected from the dead, in a physical form, when Jesus Christ comes for the 2nd time to this earth realm. This book is analyzed by a super-natural force which raises the dead, like Jesus Christ was resurrected from the dead, however, Jesus Christ was a 'Divine-Being' sent from the Holy Spirit- and God the Father to this earth, after Jesus Christ, death', he wassupernaturally risen, resurrected, in a super-natural power from the 'Heavenlies' ..God the Father supposedly Hank H. the author acknowledges and after researching in about 10 yrs spam about this creature Jesus Christ beding resurrected, from the dead, after burial 3 days of being burried, Jesus Christ was again in a physical form walking around the earth..people not believing this phenomenum, some acknowledging of seeing him, this creature Divine creature from the Heavens, was actually alive after resurrecting from the dead, not a 'Ghost; or a visionary phenomenum but actually a physical being being risen by a Post-natural-reviving power from the 'Heavens.''' Hank differs from this phenomenum after seeing his father being drawn down to the earth..the author is astonished as to his father position, where is he??? Hank H. asks, ..continues his research, where is my natural father iin 'Heaven' or Hell?? this question, arouses the 'readers'... where are we going. Heaven/..?? or 'Hell???... Jesus-Christ', was a Divine creature sent from Heaven being born of the Holy Spirit, by the enducing factor of a 'Virgin'sbody, a woman called 'Mary'... The seed of the Holy Spirit was interjected inside this 'Holy-Virgin's womans body, they call it nhow 'Invitro - Fertilization'.... 2 thous yrs ago. was called '..THE HOLY SPIRIT FERTILIZATION.'' .. WHICH WAS A HOLY CONCEPETION... NOT A PHYSICAL CONCEPTION EXCEPT INSIDE OF A PHYSICAL BODY ..THE BODY OF A 'HOLY VIRGIN'....NOT CONCEIVED BY MAN IN ANY FORM OR MATTER. After this 'creature '..human species called Jesus Christ was born, lived on the earth realm for 33 yrs. was executed,...burried, then after 3 days ..rose again from the grave. ...Resurrected by a super-natural force like the scientist call. 'The Big Bang'..it was a powerful force which raised him from the Dead....God's force. I recommend this book to be read by anyone who does not believe in the 'Super-Natural Force of God, from the 'Heavenlies.... Jesus Christ, in three persons. Hank analyzes this phenomenum...Jesus Christ possessed, 3 persons in one body, ////and/ore [one person/ having the ability powers of GOD!!!!! GOD/JESUS CHRIST/AND THE HOLY SPIRIT..>> The author analyzes this book 'The Resurrection' in full detial and analitical expeculations into an archeological form.. in full detail. End***

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2010

    Another masterpiece!

    Hank has done it again! This book will make you live with an eternal perspective in mind! He uses acrynoms to make things easy to remember. I highly recommend all of his books!

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