A Land Unknown

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A Land Unknown
Author : B. W. Melvin
File Size : 47,8 Mb
Publisher : Xulon Press
Language : English
Release Date : 01 November 2005
ISBN : 9781597813808
Pages : 216 pages
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A vivid account of seeing what lies beyond the grave from the perspective of a near-death survivor's journey to hell. The concept of hell raises many questions about its relevancy in today's busy modern world; concerning God-His fairness, His justice, His very existence, and why evil exists. These questions, and more, are explored by someone who has seen hell personally.

A Land Unknown

A vivid account of seeing what lies beyond the grave from the perspective of a near-death survivor's journey to hell. The concept of hell raises many questions about its relevancy in today's busy modern world; concerning God-His fairness, His justice, His very existence, and why evil exists. These questions, and

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A Land Unknown

A vivid account of seeing what lies beyond the grave from the perspective of a near-death survivor's journey to hell. The concept of hell raises many questions about its relevancy in today's busy modern world; concerning God-His fairness, His justice, His very existence, and why evil exists. These questions, and

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