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This review is from: A Divine Revelation Of Hell (Paperback)
I have purchased this book back in June, 1995 and have read it. I can't help to think that the way God is described is what one can imagine if Hitler gained control of the entire cosmos. The description of Hell is like one eternal Death camp, with Satan the Josef Mengele of the underworld. The devils and demons are the Camp
Guards and some of the other human "souls" that torture others are the Kapos. The story of the Indian woman being in eternal torture because she failed to convert to Christianity when missionaries tried to is just appalling. Because she still believed in her native Hinduism, she now suffers eternal punishment. This reminds me of Hitler punishing those who didn't follow Nazi beliefs, such as Christians opposed to the Nazi regime and others of conscience, as well as Hitler's racial purification policies of exterminating the Jews and others deemed "undesireable". In sum, the book sounds like a work of fiction. I can't comment any further, since I'm not the author. I don't know what she experienced, but it certainly doesn't sound like true justice.
-- Art Leopold
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Initial post: Sep 19, 2011 6:59:05 AM PDT
Lou Camputaro says:
Christ is The ONLY WAY TO HEAVEN.
Bible is clear
Posted on Nov 2, 2011 5:25:01 PM PDT
It sounds like a work of fiction because it IS fiction pretending to be fact. Among her descriptions in her repeated trips to hell is describing hell as that of a human woman in form. She clearly tried a badly done version of Dante's Inferno, with third rate grade B horror movie imagery and, interestingly enough, showed Jesus to be a liar to her--three times.
Posted on Dec 26, 2012 10:40:38 AM PST
Seeker of Truth says:
Has anyone ever asked why God chooses only 0.00000000001% of Christians to have these experiences in order to try to warn a disbelieving world? I mean does it logically make sense for God to pick these people to bring a message to the rest of us knowing that they're going to be branded certifiable nutcases. Add to that the question that isn't God playing favorites when he gives this vision to a few in order to warn them of what lies in wait while He lets the vast majority march into hell with no warning at all except for a badly-written Stephen King ripoff? Certainly God is much wiser than choosing such a stupid way as this to try to reach mankind.
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