Beyond the Final Frontierby Richard Kent, David Waite
Hot on the heels of the success of The Final Frontier: further spine-tingling stories of near-death experiences. Researched by a Christian doctor and supported by a leading British A&E surgeon, this second collection of true stories relates
Hot on the heels of the success of The Final Frontier, here are further spine-tingling stories of near-death experiences.
Hot on the heels of the success of The Final Frontier: further spine-tingling stories of near-death experiences. Researched by a Christian doctor and supported by a leading British A&E surgeon, this second collection of true stories relates the experiences of people who have been so near death that they believe they have seen what lies beyond. Some of their experiences are good, some appallingly frightening: could hell really exist? Richard Kent also explains what the Bible says about heaven and hell, and the choice that lies with each individual. Both in the tabloid newspapers and at the serious academic level, interest continues in this mystifying phenomenon. To fuel the debate, these stories are offered as a fascinating study into death and the life thereafter. Many with a religious faith will say these stories point to the existence of both heaven above and hell below. Others are more skeptical, saying that these things cannot be proved, if they exist at all. Now readers can again "open the book and join the debate."
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Many readers will perhaps have heard numerous accounts of so-called `near death experiences'. No doubt many of these experiences will have been dismissed through various medical explanations etc.. Here we are provided with perhaps a unique approach to this subject, by a qualified, now retired, medical practitioner who has personally compiled the true life experiences of some twenty six individuals. Taking into account the possible medical explanations behind some such incidents, through extensive personal research he examines the common denominators in virtually all the experiences covered in this extraordinary book. The stories are of various lengths and all are extremely moving, thought provoking and some of which are quite frightening. They even include the story of a three year old child who physically died in a terrible accident. In some incidents reference is also made to the medical records and statements from witnesses present at the time. The incidents concerned here are examined from a Christian perspective and evaluated against what is taught in the Bible about such matters. This is the second such book written by the author. The first being entitled 'The Final Frontier', which I now feel compelled to read as well. A web-site is available dealing with this subject in depth, the details of which are also included in the book. Whether you are a scoffer, a sceptic or a believer, this book will not fail to grip and move you. The subject of `near death experiences' will no doubt continue to fascinate us all, but like it or not death is something that we all have to face. It is difficult to see how anyone can fail to benefit from reading this book. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Thank you.