Are near-death experiences reliable?
New York Times best-sellers on near-death experiences depict:
- A 3-year-old who meets Jesus and his rainbow-colored horse
- A neurosurgeon encountering Om and the Orb on the wing of a butterfly
- A real estate broker descending to earth’s center to discover hell is 300 degrees and zero humidity
Do such exotic experiences provide trustworthy information about the afterlife? And, if not, how can we know what happens beyond death’s door?
In AfterLife, Hank Hanegraaff, one of the most remarkable theological minds of our time, explains how life in the present intersects with life after life and, ultimately, life after life after life. With laser-sharp clarity, this surprisingly insightful audio book demonstrates that death is not the end – in fact, it’s just the beginning.