90 minutes in Heaven


#1

has anyone read “90 minutes in Heaven” by Don Piper?Its about a Baptist Pastor from Texas who was in a car crash and died and went to heaven for a while and came back to life?


#2

nope…did he convert after his experience?


#3

so… what did he find out ???


#4

yes what did he find out?


#5

No, but I read three similar books by Mary K. Baxter about her alleged experiences in the afterlife. That was during my “heterodox” days… :smiley:


#6

lol yes what did he find out ?:smiley:


#7

I once went to a soriety mixer and after 5 drinks found myself in heaven for approx. 7 minutes.


#8

and when I came back to earth, my wallet was gone!


#9

That’s angels for you :slight_smile:

See the video of the book


#10

Does the book tell us if he seen Jesus,and is he now Catholic.


#11

Maybe you learn from this experience. Next time take your wallet with you.:smiley:


#12

But they’re always saying that you can’t take it with you!


#13

(and believe me, I learned something from that experience)


#14

[quote=Genesis 5:21-24]When Valke2 had 5 drinks, he entered heaven. And after he entered heaven, Valke2 walked with God 7 minutes and learned from this experience. All in all, Valke2 liked the soriety mixer. Valke2 walked with God; then his wallet was no more, because someone took it away.
[/quote]

Sorry. Couldn’t resist. :o


#15

No but I did watch the Simpson’s episode where Marge imagines Protestant Heaven.:smiley:


#16

Verily. And thence after there was much bragging but the people of Rutgers would not listen.


#17

That was hilarious!


#18

nope, he’s still a heathen…:rolleyes:


#19

I just reread her “A Divine Revelation of Hell” after visiting BB forum.

The only bad thing about the book was that it supports a pre-trib rapture…

The good point is that it negates the soul sleep issue and it negates the idea that the whore of babylon is the RCC, it’s actually a demon waiting to be released. This maybe the reason the anti-catholics don’t like it.


#20

But does Heaven take credit cards?


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