10 Mistakes People Make About Heaven, Hell, and the Afterlife

Narrated by: John Pruden
Length: 6 hrs and 4 mins
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What's the truth about eternity?  

The afterlife seems like the great unknown. Human imagination and Hollywood have come up with many speculations about what lies beyond. How can we set aside the misconceptions and find the truth?  

What are the straightforward Biblical answers everyone needs to know about heaven, hell, and the afterlife? 

Mike Fabarez examines 10 faulty beliefs that are surprisingly widespread - and look to God's word alone for the facts. You will find the truth about common misperceptions like:  

  • When I die, I'll go to sleep until the resurrection 
  • On my way to heaven, I'll have to put in some time in purgatory 
  • Heaven will be boring, with very little to do 

You don't need to guess about the future - God's word is ready to inform your mind and settle your heart. Let this audiobook guide you toward a deeper joy, faith, and understanding of eternity.

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Need follow up Bible study to decide if I agree

The author has definite ideas about what he feels is true on this subject, but I'm not sure that it is all strictly based on the Bible. I felt like he might be filling in the gaps with his own assumptions in some cases and I will have to go back to the Bible myself for further research to come to my own conclusions. But it was thought provoking.