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The Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Hell, Heaven Paperback – March 1, 1992
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I encourage all to read this short spiritual book.
For me, the most valuable part of the book was the authors explanation of why God hates mortal sin so much and why the punishments for mortal sin are so grave - and justified. If you think that "all good people go to Heaven" you might be somewhat taken aback by what the author has to say about how many souls will actually make it into Heaven.
The language is somewhat dated. It may not appeal to those more comfortable with reading modern English. This is why I gave it 4 stars. I wish I was able to read a more updated version, but this is a small point, really.
Not is all gloom and doom in the book. The authors descriptions of Heaven, based on the writings of the Church Fathers, are quite nice. Quite the opposite are the descriptions of Hell.
If one takes the time to digest and really think about what the author is discussing, it will serve as a wake-up call to those who have become complacent (such as myself) in their faith.
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I am 69 years old and have read many hundreds of books during my lifetime. None of them has impacted me to the degree that The Four Last Things has. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Duane F. Bambusch
A must Reading for anyone who truly desires to enter the kingdom of God. The information and the teaching are extremely well presented and necessary!Published 2 months ago by Edward Sidleck
Very interesting and am giving some away as felt so important to hear this message.Published 3 months ago by carole zundel
I liked this simple book on the Last Four Things. It is serves as a meditation from an older point of view (and as a note a Catholic Christian point of view). Read morePublished 3 months ago by N. Scocozzo
This book is excellent. The message of the author is vastly different then the modern day views on this subject matter. It is very interesting reading.Published 5 months ago by ronald
This really grabs you into reality; it'll change how you think and act.Published 6 months ago by Jack