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Last year, when it looked like my sister was about to succumb to lupus, I sent her One Minute after You Die for what I thought would be her last birthday. Odd gift? Hardly, because what could be a more appropriate gift to a traveler than a travel guide about their destination? Death is inevitable for all of us, but most of us put more thought into planning the ultimate vacation holiday, which lasts a brief seven days, than into what happens when we die, which will be for eternity.

In One Minute after You Die Dr. Lutzer, honestly discusses what the Bible has to say about life after death in easily manageable chapters. For the first time I saw death as the blessing it was, and how without it we would be doomed to an eternity with sin-filled lives.

Tackling such popular beliefs as reincarnation, purgatory, and near death experiences, he clearly, but compassionately lays such options to rest. Because these popular beliefs are so prevalent, One Minute after You Die is required reading in our home. Because eternity is not another tourist destination where upon arrival you can change your plans, we need to be absolutely sure our children know the truth about what life looks like one minute after they die.
Features
  • Can near-death experiences teach us anything about life after death?
  • What does the Bible say about purgatory?
  • What will heaven be like?
  • Is it realistic to believe in hell?
  • How can we prepare for our own final moment?
  • ISBN: 0-8024-6305-3
  • # of Pages: 144
  • Format: Paperback

  • Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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    Mixed emotions October 26, 2010
    Reviewer: Misty Marr from Buckeye, AZ United States  
    I had mixed emotions about this book.  I expected the main topic to be a call to salvation. .  Although the gospel is in the book, that was not the main topic.  It is more of an expository about heaven and hell and what the afterlife would hold.  It was very interesting, but it is important to realize that even though much of the opinions were supported by Scripture, many of the applications were pure speculation.

    I didn't like that the book jumped headfirst in the topic of communicating with the dead and dealing with evil spirits.  It was a bit shocking to start with such heavy, disturbing information.  I think that they could have done better to put that aspect towards the end of the book and give you a glimpse of heaven first.  I think there will be people who would put the book down before they ever finish the first chapter.

    That said, I did enjoy the book.  There was a lot of clarification of Scripture that could be helpful for many, and also the refuting of false beliefs.

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