For a clear and simple retelling of what happened, I recommend you read his first book ("Return from Tomorrow").
The thought that some people's spirits are in limbo, still craving whatever they were addicted to even after they die, is not Biblical.
As a relative of Dr. Ritchie, I have been very fortunate to hear him personally discuss his near death experience.
I was privileged to meet Dr. Ritchie some years ago...his book reads like a novel but it 100% authentic.Published 2 months ago by Carolyn J. Decker
looks like its going to be a good read and recommend anyone that wishes to broaden their knowledge in this fieldPublished 8 months ago by laura sanborn
I read this book and was so glad I did for we don't need to fear death , ifwe belive in God .This book help me understand what happens when we die , & there are some very good... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Harley Morath
This book is a must read for every human being. Read it sooner rather than later! Guess all our slacking really isn't okay.Published on October 12, 2012 by Mom of Four
I read this man's first book Return from Tomorrow in 1984 it changed my life, this one goes on to share how he used his experience to help others. Brilliant. Read morePublished on March 16, 2012 by Shirley from Australia
I had read Dr. Ritchie's first book, "Return from Tomorrow", many years ago and recently found it again. Then I discovered this second book through Amazon. Read morePublished on March 11, 2012 by Dr. Don
Although this author's story is fascinating, I feel his conclusions may lead some people astray....or cause them great fear, especially if they have lost a loved one to alcoholism... Read morePublished on September 26, 2011 by Melanie Schlaginhaufen
This is George Ritchie's second book. In my opinion, the first, RETURN FROM TOMORROW was better written. My suggestion is to read Ritchie's first book. Then read ORDERED TO RETURN. Read morePublished on August 28, 2011 by Daniel Boone
"I do not believe that we can say there is only one cause of homosexuality in either the male or the female, any more than we can say there is only one cause of cancer" (p. 107). Read morePublished on October 1, 2010 by The Rocker