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A Travel Guide to Heaven #2020

A Travel Guide to Heaven A recent Newsweek poll reports that percent of Americans believe in heaven Yet even avid believers have difficulty conjuring up than vague images of halos harps and wispy angels in flowing robes

  • Title: A Travel Guide to Heaven
  • Author: Anthony DeStefano
  • ISBN: 9780385509893
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Travel Guide to Heaven By Anthony DeStefano, A recent Newsweek poll reports that 76 percent of Americans believe in heaven Yet even avid believers have difficulty conjuring up than vague images of halos, harps, and wispy angels in flowing robes Anthony DeStefano knew there had to be a complete, meaningful, and comforting vision of what heaven is like, and A Travel Guide to Heaven is the entertaining and eA recent Newsweek poll reports that 76 percent of Americans believe in heaven Yet even avid believers have difficulty conjuring up than vague images of halos, harps, and wispy angels in flowing robes Anthony DeStefano knew there had to be a complete, meaningful, and comforting vision of what heaven is like, and A Travel Guide to Heaven is the entertaining and enlightening result.Using the Bible as his guide, the author notes that heaven is not only a spiritual place, but also a physical place, a fabulous luxury resort sumptuous than any on Earth The residents are real, their bodies transformed into their most perfect selves physically, emotionally, and spiritually By making a spiritual subject immensely physical, the book provides a picture of amazing places to visit, things to do, luxuries for pampering not to mention deep, abiding joy.Combining the clarity and logic of C S Lewis with a terrific sense of fun and adventure, DeStefano creates a brilliant, reassuring portrait of heaven, a place that has intrigued and puzzled humankind throughout history With its clear view of the afterlife, A Travel Guide to Heaven might best be compared to James Van Praagh s Talking to Heaven or Betty J Eadie s Embraced by the Light in its tremendous message of comfort and reassurance.

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    1. Anthony DeStephano s A Travel Guide to Heaven is a very upbeat, lighthearted look at a subject which is too often only broached by serious theologians Without going into denominational debates DeStephano presents a truly inviting description of Heaven as a real place or rather the Place of all places inhabited with those we love, beautiful beyond imagining and completely physical, all the while drawing from what we know of the revealed God both in Scripture as well as the glories of His created [...]

    2. Loved Loved Loved the book Definitely going in the list of books I will always keep with me forever I will probably read it again soon because I feel like I need to read it almost in one sitting to get the full effect of the book This first time reading it I was always interrupted while I was trying to read this book and I kind of felt incomplete reading it this way or like something was missing or my full concentration wasn t in the book due to life lol But I did love the book I just had a hard [...]

    3. This book gave me a new perspective on Heaven It makes you want to go there, and calm your fears of the unknown.

    4. This book is written just as the title indicates, a travel book you would get for going on vacation to a new destination Telling you what to expect when you arrive, things you don t want to miss and how to recognize what you may see Even for someone unchurched you would be able to make the connections the author refers to He references scripture,then explains what he believes you will encounter Chapters on accomadations, relationships, pets and animals, tour guides food and even jobs There will [...]

    5. I bought it for the chapter on dogs going to Heaven, but I found the whole book inspirational It was a very easy read, simplistic in the author s presentation, which kept my interest I sent the book to a person I know who has life issues, in the hopes of finding some inner peace.

    6. This is one of those books that I found myself smiling along while reading The author lays out the where, what and why of Heaven in a pleasing, fun manner The hope of who you will run into and talk to in Heaven is certainly worth the work to get there.

    7. I loved how this was scripture based and how postive it was Really gave a good insight into what heaven will be like based on God s character.

    8. What a wonderful, scripture based picture of what Heaven will be like This book inspired me to start a Christian based book club to be able to discuss spiritual matters.

    9. I read the first chapter of this book and decided to toss it The author describes himself as far enough away from being a professional theologian to avoid bogging us down with too much formal theology He has a bibliography at the end of the book that he says backs up his points There were several items I was curious about after the first chapter and decided to check his biblical references to see what the bible had to say I m very disappointed to report that none of the references I checked and [...]

    10. Is it me I cannot seem to get through a book lately I find myself 1 3 of the way in thinking, GOOD GRIEF Why am I spending my time on this Why do I care In this case, the author a Catholic author with no theological training is writing about Heaven, speculating on what he thinks it is like It s totally in my estimation based on his opinion He throws a few Bible verses in as proof to his ideas namely that it is a physical place, but as Catholics, don t we believe that the Bible is not to be taken [...]

    11. Awesome book It is a light read that describes what Heaven must be like The author uses scripture to form his opinion Whether or not his interpretations turn out to be 100% correct, does not change the fact that the book makes you think about the joys of heaven in a real way It was a fun read The author is Catholic but it is meant to be read by any denomination.

    12. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and highly recommend it Its a unique perspective on what to expect in heaven and our journey on earth It may change how you look at things It s definitely not a religious book but there are references to the Bible and other religious scripture.

    13. I don t know what to rate this one It s a quick, light read nothing too serious, and takes less than a day to read much less , but also feels like some places need to be reread to get them fully for me, anyway I dunno I m not a Christian, and I don t agree with some of the viewpoints expressed here or that Christianity really is all it s cracked up to be this is probably one of the better portrayals of Jesus I ve ever read But I enjoyed thinking about Heaven as a physical location, and the thing [...]

    14. I enjoyed this book and several Interesting statements DeStefano makes about Heaven If heaven is anything at all, it s fun Then he references C,S, Lewis to support his view C.S Lewis said that the serious business of heaven is joy.Heaven, it s a physical place not just a state of mind Jn 14 2 3 Cor 5 1, Dt 26 16It s bursting with excitement and action While heaven is a spiritual reality, it is also very much a place It is real and it is physical.God prepares us for death with days ending, season [...]

    15. I was dissapointed, I thought this book would be one person s personal experience of what heaven was like, maybe a near death experience But it s just what he thinks it will be like, based on the bible, which is fine, its just not what I expected I guess if I am going to visit a place on earth or otherwise I would expect the tour guide to be familiar with the place, not just have read about it A Travel Guide to Heaven is for people who have the same religious views as the author I couldn t recom [...]

    16. It s a book that helps us look at heaven in a different way than regular teachings s also a book that talks about our ticket to heaven The author talks about heaven as being the most outrageously happy place we could ever imagine.

    17. It was okdidn t agree with some of the author s points but for the most part it was a fairly good read It will be a wonderful thing when we get to live in God s new Kingdom with no pain, sorrow, evil, etc only good things.

    18. Excellent The one that got him noticed This one in particular I originally assumed this would be a superficial fluff piece Light, in places, it is but lacking in depth Not at all He has a gift for making complex theological principles recognizable in everyday life.

    19. Friend recommended it, so I really needed to finish it and wanted to like it, but it fell short of my expectations Interesting in parts, but nothing new Hard to define, but would seem far like a novel than a spiritual guide.

    20. Gave me a brand new perspective, really opened my eyes rather Before this book I was one of those that felt rather bland about Heaven but now since I have finished this book I am really excited about it I hope Mr DeStefano writes another book

    21. I must confess that I didn t finish this one It was interesting in the beginning, but I quickly began to lose interest as it was of the same It s just not my style.

    22. A positive read for any age of life This is a book to smile and be thankful to praise God for all that is done and all that he is doing.

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