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Everyone dies - and everyone is concerned about what happens after death. In A Travel Guide to Heaven, Anthony DeStefano answers our questions about heaven and the afterlife. Using the Bible and Christian theology, he relates that heaven is not just a state of mind but a real, physical place full of joy and adventure. Some of the questions addressed are "What will our bodies be like in heaven?", "Do pets go to heaven?", and "Will we still be married to our husbands and wives?". This tenth anniversary edition comes with a new cover and new introductory material from the author.
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Random House
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.5 (inches)|
Angels All Around Us: A Sightseeing Guide to the Invisible WorldAnthony DeStefanoImage / 2012 / Trade Paperback$9.49 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Using the Bible as his guide, the author notes that heaven is not only a spiritual place, but also a physical place, a fabulous “luxury resort” more sumptuous than any on Earth. The residents are real, their bodies transformed into their most perfect selves—physically, emotionally, and spiritually. By making a spiritual subject immensely physical, the book provides a picture of amazing places to visit, things to do, luxuries for pampering—not to mention deep, abiding joy.
Combining the clarity and logic of C. S. Lewis with a terrific sense of fun and adventure, DeStefano creates a brilliant, reassuring portrait of heaven, a place that has intrigued and puzzled humankind throughout history. With its clear view of the afterlife, A Travel Guide to Heaven might best be compared to James Van Praagh's Talking to Heaven or Betty J. Eadie's Embraced by the Light in its tremendous message of comfort and reassurance.
He is the CEO of a Catholic not-for-profit organization; he lives in Long Island with his wife, Kimberly, a kindergarten teacher.
From the Hardcover edition.