"While relatives and friends plan your funeral--deciding a casket, a burial plot, and who the pallbearers shall be--you will be more alive than you have ever been!" But where, asks Dr. Erwin Lutzer, will you be? What will you see? Will you see God sitting on his throne, surround by angels and redeemed humanity, or will you realize that you are shrouded in darkness, in a region of unending regret and deprivation? In this audiobook, Dr. Lutzer opens up what the Bible has to sayabout death and the life after death, and explodes the myths about "near-death" experiences and reincarnation. At the end of the book, he also explains the choice each of us must make before we die--the choice that determines where we will spend eternity. Unabridged. Read by the author. 4 CDs. 4 hours.
When you slip behind the parted curtain, your life will not be over. Rather, it will be just beginning—in a place of unimaginable bliss or indescribable gloom. This updated edition of the bestselling One Minute After You Die opens a window on eternity with a simple and moving explanation of what the Bible teaches about death. Erwin W. Lutzer brings a biblical and pastoral perspective to such issues as channeling, reincarnation, and near-death experiences, what heaven will be like, the justice of eternal punishment, the death of a child, trusting in God’s providence, and preparing for your own final moment.
"A Chicago area pastor, lecturer, and radio speaker, the author has written other books about Christian doctrine and life after death. This unabridged work has a positive if ominous message: Do the right thing because no one will escape the judgment the Bible promises when we die. Using New and Old Testament verses, the likable speaker explains Gods teachings about judgment day and debunks alternative scenarios in the popular culture such as reincarnation, contact with the dead, near-death experiences, and the idea that we can escape final judgment. Listeners comfortable with biblical authority will find an enjoyable coherence in this audio, and a reassuring, uplifting tone in the authors voice."
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