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ISBN:
0859691691
Author:
Maurice Rawlings
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English
Publisher:
Sheldon Press (January 1, 1986)
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176 pages
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Beyond Death's Door Paperback – February 1, 1981. Maurice Rawlings (Author). Rawlings wrote a subsequent book, To Hell and Back. It contains much recycled material, is a little preachy, and contains perhaps MOSTLY filler.

Beyond Death's Door Paperback – February 1, 1981. I do not recommend it. I do however highly recommend this book for anyone interested in examining and thinking about the life after death phenomenon. 45 people found this helpful.

Beyond Death's Door book.

All through recorded history people have predicted life after death. All through recorded history people have predicted life after death. But only now, with modern resuscitation methods, are we beginning to see Beyond Death's Door. Does death represent the end of this life or the beginning of another? Does anyone know what happens after death? Has anyone been there? What does it feel like?

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Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. To Hell and Back: Life After Death - Startling New Evidence.

Maurice S. Rawlings (May 16, 1922 - January 5, 2010, Chattanooga, TN) was an American cardiologist and author. He is the author of Christian books on near-death experiences. Rawlings served during World War II in the US Navy during the Korean War and in the US Army. Rawlings was a doctor of President Eisenhower and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He was Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Tennessee. He spent his life in Chattanooga.

Random House Publishing Group, 1985 - 176 sayfa.

Anyone who has ever pondered these important questions will find new, fascinating food for thought in Beyond Death's Door, a significant book by a leading heart specialist the recounts the experiences of individuals who have survived clinical death and returned to tell us about i. Random House Publishing Group, 1985 - 176 sayfa.

Title: Beyond Death's Door By: Maurice Rawlings Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 178 Vendor: Thomas Nelson. Publication Date: 2008 Dimensions: . 9 X . 0 X . 5 (inches) ISBN: 0785289712 ISBN-13: 9780785289715 Stock No: WW289715. Publisher's Description.

It was hosted by Dr. Maurice Rawlings. Dr. Rawlings also wrote a book you should read. It's title is "Beyond Death's Door". The book's front page reads: All through recorded history, people have predicted life after death. Rawling. y dotsey. The book's front page reads: All through recorded history, people have predicted life after death BEYOND DEATH'S DOOR. At the back cover: "More and more of my patients who are recovering from serious illnesses tell me there is a life after death. There is a heaven and a hell. I had always thought of death as painless extinction

172p paperback with red lettering to front, well preserved copy, a few very faint pencil marks to margin, still a fresh copy, first edition
  • Cala
Great story of his personal experiences bringing folks back. Amazing responses from those resuscitated. Tells of their experiences, what they saw, what terrorized them! Read the book; it has lots more than you see on the documentary online. I knew him personally; had him speak at group meetings. Tremendous response.
  • Dugor
Amazing book, so many talk about the warm, welcoming light that draws them towards the source. This is the other side, those who see something so terrifying that they are afraid to die without making things right.
  • Dorilune
Loved the story's of the ER room and near death experiences. However, I was under the impression that the book would have been full of them. Much of the book is on how to resuscitate: which is important... but
  • Malalanim
This is a short book written by a highly credentialed cardiologist. He also was a self-described atheist . . . until he stumbled onto the information which comprises the theme of this book: Life continues after bodily death, and a few people have a had a peek behind the curtain and have described what they saw.

Dr. Maurice Rawlings compiled the stories of the post-resuscitation experiences of his own, and other physicians', patients. CPR is a relatively young technique that has become widely familiar to even lay people during the last 30 years or so. Rawlings goes into possibly a little more detail on CPR than most of us are interested in. I suspect that is what some of the other critcal reviewers are referring to as "filler". I also found it boring.

The recountings of the "beyond death's door" experiences were riveting. They have great entertainment value, however when one considers the real life implications (or end of life, as it were), the result is profound and terrifying.

Make no mistake -- Dr. Rawlings is now what is referred to in American culture as a "Born Again Christian". He believes what he has written and he offers a simple, available solution: Belief and trust in the Jesus of the Bible. Rejection of Jesus results in passing on to hell after physical death. Rawlings is quite clear about this, and supports his belief using references from the Bible. I found his previous atheistic position, his systematic compilation of "experiences" for the book, and his subsequent conversion to a STRONG Christian position to be compelling.

Obviously, this talk of Christianity and such repels most unbelievers, and leaves many in a frothing at the mouth rage (see other reviews). However, the author has written transparently. Take it as you will, but as Rawlings presents it, THIS IS VERY SERIOUS BUSINESS.

He is not the best of writers, but he is adequate. He is apparently a competent scientist, and has done readers a great service by putting this book together.

I note criticisms from other reviewers that Rawlings did not fully develop some of the resuscitation stories, or did not explain why some "good" people, or churchgoers, seemed to have been headed to hell. Perhaps the answer is that the author did not attempt to embellish, or judge, but just report. By his own description, the survivors' memories of these experiences (especially the hellish ones) are fleeting and evaporate completely rather quickly.

Rawlings wrote a subsequent book, To Hell and Back. It contains much recycled material, is a little preachy, and contains perhaps MOSTLY filler. I do not recommend it. I do however highly recommend this book for anyone interested in examining and thinking about the life after death phenomenon . . . and shouldn't we all.
  • Neol
Gained a wealth of knowledge concerning the heart and medical procedures and physical condition when it stops and is restarted. Amazing how what some experienced were similar to what personal friends experienced.
Just one more reason to try and find out who the Creator of Heaven and Earth is and what is expected of us. I would have liked this book to contain more interviews.
  • Kifer
This is a book that chronicles real life stories of people who recovered from death or unconsciousness. It proves one point: there is life after death. It is a proof that life exists beyond the material world! Though it is a documentary, it proves the essence of religion which is outside of science that deals only with material evidence. I recommend it for everyone as a necessary area of our existence and origin to think about.
  • SiIеnt
Fascinating! Actual unbiased true accounts of patients who have seen hell during resuscitation procedures by a cardiologist. Here's a man sharing untold life-changing stories which many would prefer to forget or deny. I appreciate the unvarnished truth.
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