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Everything the Bible Says About Heaven
     

Everything the Bible Says About Heaven

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by Linda Washington
 

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Everyone wants to know what happens after they die. Numerous authors have tried to describe and explain the mysteries of heaven, but what does God say about it? Everything the Bible Says About Heaven goes straight to the source of all Truth to give insight into the afterlife. All of the scriptural references to heaven have been collected and explained in a

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Everyone wants to know what happens after they die. Numerous authors have tried to describe and explain the mysteries of heaven, but what does God say about it? Everything the Bible Says About Heaven goes straight to the source of all Truth to give insight into the afterlife. All of the scriptural references to heaven have been collected and explained in a clear and concise format, using trustworthy commentaries to give context where needed. The book's length and focus make it perfect for readers on the go who love the Word of God.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781441232458
Publisher:
Baker Publishing Group
Publication date:
08/01/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
112
File size:
459 KB

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Everything the Bible Says About Heaven 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is not a very good book.I suppose it does a decent job of compiling a bunch of scriptures about heaven . . . but that's about it. The book gives the impression that believers in their final state will be (floating around, bodiless) in heaven. The reality is, that biblical Christianity teaches that a bodiless heaven is only an intermediary state where the soul is disconnected from the body until the return of Jesus where all believers will receive a resurrected and glorified body and dwell forever on the new heaven AND new earth. (Non-believers will also be resurrected in physical form, but will be cast from God's presence.) The book acknowledges this, but fails to understand what it means or how it fits into either historical theology or biblical data. The exegesis of a variety of passages is just flat out wrong. Both Christian and secular scholars would reject much of the interpretation of the data in this book. Ultimately, a book like this is a symptom of the modern neglect of the teaching of the bodily resurrection of believers. Pop-theologians speak so much about "dying and going to heaven" that they leave out the return of Jesus and the bodily resurrection of the saints to dwell in the New Heaven and New Earth in bodily form.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago