As a person that did have an NDE in my life, I find it strange that a non-NDE'er could write what David writes in his book. This book could help a lot of people that are searching for answers. Answers that I am sure they will not be able to find without going through a lot of trouble and agonizing soul searching.
This is a good read, the info in this book would be good for any person looking for real truth and is worth a lot more that the seven dollars spend.
Having been a student and Christian teacher of Theosis, as God's process making us into His Image and Likeness, for about forty years, I am well attuned to the history, development, its supporters and opposers for this study. Not much is being written in The Western Church circles today. This is why I was curious over David's title. This is less than a one star rating from me. Simply because I cannot give less. I don't know why the default online shows three stars right now. The first couple of chapters sound fairly Christian. At some point he came from an Assembly of God back round. However, David has strayed way beyond any reasonable explanation for what he believes today except that he is a mark for New Age believism where anything goes. He does not believe in hell at all, but does believe in heaven. David says we need no Savior ( Christ ) from sins. He believes there is no judgement from God, just a review of life based on our ignorance. He believes in absolute pantheism and life is just an illusion. He believes in reincarnation, and does not believe in sin. He believes in religious relativism, not in absolution of sin by Christ's blood as God's only way of salvation. He claims Jesus is just a word play for all mankind (pg.116) There are many other problems inherently misleading within his writings. This writer is way off the mark from true Biblical standing. There is no possible way to reconcile his beliefs with what scripture says when placed side by side to his self promoting adventures. David clearly invents his own beliefs while disregarding the realm of God's absolutes. I cannot recommend this book as a viable study to be included with the Apostle's Doctrine of deification. It is misleading, poorly and recklessly presented. It is no real thesis on the subject.Read more ›