Heaven and Hell takes you on a journey through Heaven and Hell, as viewed through the eyes of Chris and Serena Davis, who come to experience their reality first hand. Through God's mercy, those who dwell in Heaven, have no recollection of loved ones in Hell. At least, most don't. Yet, in the most beautiful place in the universe, one man's troubling dreams lead him to realize that the love of his Earth life has been condemned to Satan's realm. Now, with the help of a famous scientist from the past, Chris endeavors to pull off the ultimate prison break.
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I realize it is fiction, but what concerns me is that the untheological aspects of the story. I have a solid grounding in biblical knowledge having studied and read Bible through constantly. If someone does not have this grounding they can be easily led astray. We do not get to go rescue someone from hell. There are no second chances once you have died. Also, God did not create Jesus, as this book implies. Jesus is God as is Holy Spirit: the Alpha and the Omega. The beginning and the end. To suggest that Jesus is a created being is awful theology and misses the mark of who our Lord and Saviour is.
Other than faulty theology, the narration is one of the worse I've ever suffered through.
Taken with a huge grain of salt, it is entertaining. It certainly does make me realize that I do not want to go to hell.
Great book, good story. Really opens up the imagination of what heaven and hell could be like. Book would be so much better with a Profesional reader, maybe some voice changes for some of the characters. No offence, just some authors don't have the skills to read a good book on their own.
The story line was griping. Had me me on edge most of the time. The ending really threw me. I hated the narration. Lacked voice inflections and seemed too monotone for a book that had so much emotion.
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