Most Americans believe that an afterlife exists, but unfortunately mainstream religions teach a generic faith-based view of it and mainstream science ignores the topic altogether. So people are hungry for concrete facts about the afterlife, and afterlife-related books are perennial best-sellers. Just this year, HarperOne published Evidence of the Afterlife - The Science of Near-Death Experiences by Jeffrey Long and Paul Perry, and Harper Collins published Heaven - Our Enduring Fascination With the Afterlife by Lisa Miller, both to much acclaim. But neither book answers the basic questions: Where is heaven, What is it like, and How does it feel to die? Nor does any of the many books about the afterlife answer three more basic questions: How is a solid afterlife possible, Who will make it there and who won't, and What are the rules that we must follow to have the best chance of getting there? The Fun of Dying offers detailed answers to all these questions and more in an easily read hundred pages. It also presents two study guides - one brief, and one much more detailed - so readers can follow the author in learning these eternal truths. It turns out that for most of us, death is the best time of our lives!
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I think we have all pondered what happens after you die. Some believe that we go to Heaven while others believe that we just sleep peacefully. Either way, it's still an interesting question with a lot of possible answers. I found The Fun of Dying to be a very interesting read. While I may not agree or believe every single thing in this book, I did find it thought-provoking and full of depth.
Greater Reality Publications
September 14, 2010
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