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23 Minutes In Hell: One Man's Story About What He Saw, Heard, and Felt in that Place of Torment Kindle Edition
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Mr. Wiese, thank you. Thanks for not being scared to tell what happened to you. God doesn't always choose the equipped - He equips the chosen. How does it feel to be used by God? I bet it feels blessed.
That said, the sincerity of the book seems off. I don't know, while reading there were just parts that I didn't buy as truth. And I'm pretty sold on all of the Heaven books I read. And, heck, I somewhat believe that this description of Hell could very well be accurate, but it's hard for me to say that I would believe the author actually experienced all that he experienced. Nonetheless, a good read and brings up a lot of interesting thoughts.
The biggest things I found which may put the credibility of the account into question are the writer's claims: a) to have sensed that he was 3,700 miles under the earth, and b) that he supports that the notion that Hell is a physical location can be reached via some type of shaft or opening in the Earth. Science would indicate this depth to be within the Earth's core. No living being could tolerate exposure to such immense heat and pressure
Mr. Wiese's account is detailed and overall well-written. Most importantly he points the reader to the Bible and the means to Christian salvation, which he admits to be of even greater importance than his own story. One can ultimately find the same information in the Christian Bible itself, from which the book draws the majority of its references. Overall, it's still an interesting read for the place where it's taught that non-believers go yet is talked about so little anymore.
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