Can near-death experiences give us a glimpse of what happens after we die?
A growing number of Bible-toting Christians believe in reincarnation. Is this a problem?
—with terrible consequences!
The ancient practice of communing with the dead is alive and well in developed countries.
“The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.” John 10:10
Without Jesus’ intervention, death would be the final word.
The Bible’s truth about the resurrection gives us assurance that death is not the final word.
Do the dead need our prayers, penitence, and payments to ensure their entrance into heaven?
Jesus promises to return for His faithful followers—both the living and the dead.
Will God keep millions of men, women, and children alive in a place resembling a fiery furnace? I needed to know.
Did the thief on the cross go to heaven on crucifixion Friday? Who preached to the spirits in prison? Are the souls of slain saints crying under an altar to God?
Baffled by our baby’s symptoms, a doctor suggested demonic harassment. Now it was my turn to be baffled. How could I, a professor of evolution, ask a God I didn’t believe in for help?
The truths of God’s Word are your only defense against Satan’s dangerous deceptions.