The Fun of Dying

The Fun of Dying

by Roberta Grimes

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ISBN-13: 9780692585047
Publisher: Christine F. Anderson Publishing & Media
Publication date: 11/20/2015
Pages: 236
Sales rank: 292,775
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Roberta Grimes is a business attorney who had two extraordinary experiences of light in childhood that prompted her to spend decades studying nearly 200 years of abundant and consistent communications from the dead. Using this material, the principles of quantum mechanics, and latest developments in consciousness research, she was able to assemble a detailed picture of what happens at and after death. Having majored in religion at Smith College and extensively studied the Bible thereafter, she also has been able to discern that Jesus in the Gospels told us things about God, reality, death, the afterlife, human nature, and the meaning and purpose of human life that we could not have independently confirmed until the twentieth century. These extensive correspondences between the teachings of Jesus and the afterlife evidence provide amazing validation that both are genuine.

In 2010 Roberta published The Fun of Dying - Find Out What Really Happens Next. A 2014 sequel, The Fun of Staying in Touch, details the many ways in which the dead give us signs of their survival and also some astonishing recent advances in the field of after-death communication. Her new book, Liberating Jesus, is a fresh examination of the words of Jesus from the viewpoint of the afterlife evidence. It argues that Jesus is more than a religious figure. His mission is far more important than Christians have imagined it to be. In fact, the true mission of Jesus begins now, and it is going to transform the world.

A graduate of Smith College and Boston University School of Law, Roberta issues weekly podcasts on WebTalkRadio.net called Seek Reality with Roberta Grimes that include interviews with prominent experts. Her iTunes Seek Reality archive has hundreds of thousands of subscribers. She blogs and answers questions at robertagrimes.com.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been thinking about this book ever since I read it. It is fascinating, engaging and uplifting. If you have lost someone recently, or if you fear death, this book will both entertain and comfort.
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ThomasPearce More than 1 year ago
The Fun of Dying by Roberta Grimes is both a tremendous blessing and a terrible bane to its readers. As a blessing, this book will probably remove the fear of dying from the minds of millions of people; while as a bane, Ms. Grimes' betrayal of the trust of her readers is many fold: (1.) She has replaced the mainstream Christian redemption mechanism of sin, repentance, penance and heavenly reward with her own concoction of an illogical and almost amoral "logic of the place"; (2.) She has failed to see the extreme limitation of her pseudo-scientific view of spiritual reality; (3.) She presents only the teachings of Jesus as a guide to spiritual development while completely ignoring the teachings of Eastern religions; (4.) She mistakenly thinks that the red-letter words of Jesus are not the teachings of the religion called Christianity; (5.) She defames Religion while all along her grievances are with mainstream Christianity only; and, (6) She is very uncharitable towards mainstream Christianity instead preferring to accuse them of intentionally misleading their followers for their own gain. In conclusion, Ms. Grimes has very strong and ideosyncratic belief in the red-letter Jesus (or Yeshua as she calls him); and every word of this book is tainted by her peculiar views. So, if you buy this book, don't expect a scholar's objectivity but only a sermon from a free-thinking borderline Christian who has her truth to tell. For All Beings, Thomas H. Pearce Mesa, AZ USA