Today on Blogcritics
Home » Tag Archives: Heaven

Tag Archives: Heaven

Book Review: Life Chapters: Extraordinary Afterlives of People You Never Heard of (Book II, Death Walker Series) by Galen Stoller

Born out of a love that knows no boundaries between dimensions, the second book in the Death Walker series, a project between a father and his deceased son, has Galen reporting from the "other side" about how personality and beliefs influence one's entrance into this other dimension. Read More »

Book Review: The Land of Later On by Anthony Weller

Novel creates, but doesn't deeply explore, an afterlife where the dead are encouraged to reincarnate rather than stay in eternity, Read More »

Book Review: Believe by Kasey Crawford Kellem

After reading Kellem’s book, kids will be resilient to face any challenges that they face. Read More »

Should Believers Fear Hell – and God? A Response to Oliver Thomas

A USA Today online article openly ridicules the faith and truth of Jesus Christ and God as regards eternity. Read More »

Book Review: Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, And The Fate Of Every Person Who Ever Lived by Rob Bell

Is hell forever? Does heaven start now? Will God's love prevail in the end? Did Jesus save every person? Read More »

Book Review: Flight to Heaven: A Pilot’s True Story by Captain Dale Black with Ken Gire

A life well lived attests to the reality of Black's life-changing vision of heaven as a teenager. Read More »

Book Review: The Fun of Dying: Find Out What Really Happens Next! by Roberta Grimes

If you think of death as a final getting away from it all, you’re in for a big disappointment. Read More »

TV Review: Supernatural – “Dark Side of The Moon”

Sam and Dean die, again, but this time they get to remember the afterlife. It's not all happy memories. Read More »

Book Review: Sum: forty tales from the afterlives by David Eagleman

While wondering what you’re going to do with the rest of your life, take a moment to imagine your hereafter. Read More »

Movie Review: The Lovely Bones

I really wanted to like it. Parts of it are great, but others are far from it. Read More »