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The Surge in Books about Life after Death: An Unauthorized Guide to the Popularity of Afterlife Books Like Eben Alexander’s Proof of Heaven and Todd Burpo and Lynn Vincent’s Heaven is for Real [Article]

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 2013

    There's been an even greater surge in books (pamphlets, really)

    There's been an even greater surge in books (pamphlets, really) trying to debunk these proof of heaven books. Why is that? I'll tell you why, and I won't charge you $1.99 or $2.99 to read it. It's because New York Times bestsellers command a readership of at least a million readers if not more, and at those numbers anyone peddling an opinion claiming fraud is likely to make a goodly bit of money on the coattails of others. Sad and pathetic, but true.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2013

    The book  "Proof of Heaven" is great, and is real!  Th

    The book  "Proof of Heaven" is great, and is real!  There are many, many oders books about the same, and all the scientists who wrote then were men of God!
    Their experiences are real!

    Now, in portuguese! Agora em português do Brasil! :  Não é uma tendência, não é modismo e não é passageira a publicação de livros sobre a vida após a morte, ou "a vida após a vida". É só pesquisar que se irá encontrar centenas desses relatos através dos dois últimos séculos.
    Eu mesmo possuo mais de 60 livros escritos por cientistas de diversas áreas, e de todos os países. E todos eles, antes, não acreditavam em Deus!  E agora passaram a crer, e são pessoas muito melhores do que já eram. É louvável que eles tenham coragem e boa vontade de compartilhar essas experiencias de quase morte (EQM) com pessoas que perderam a fé em seus líderes religiosos.Através da ciência se pode chegar à Deus também e isso já ficou provado!!!

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