LibraryThing Review. User Review – tjsjohanna – LibraryThing. This is a pretty thorough book on life after death through the lens of a member of The Church of. Life Everlasting peers into the spirit prison and hell and reports conditions in those environments. Then it Duane S. Crowther. Cedar Fort, Jan. Life Everlasting was first published in by Bookcraft (now there’s a name that brings up My Recent Email / Letter From Duane Crowther.
|Published (Last):||16 February 2005|
|PDF File Size:||11.92 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||7.31 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Open Preview See a Problem? As the evidence of these accounts is analyzed, numerous new understandings are revealed to the reader. I grew up with these books. The book mostly quotes prophets and apostles, so it’s much less suspicious than other books are on this topic, I imagine.
,ife deep, and a lot of speculation, but really interesting. It goes through more well known topics like resurrection, judgment, “Hell,” The 3 Degrees of Glory, etc.
Instead in the new sections on the premortal life, he made some claims based on one or two “visions” without finding additional witnesses or prophetic corroboration. The first edition of this book was published in the sixties and was a precursor to Raymond Moody’s books.
Duane Crowther Has Not Been Excommunicated – Latter-day Commentary – Last Days – Signs of the Times
Preview — Life Everlasting by Duane S. The author used a lot of personal experiences his own and others to draw conclusions, but often these experiences contradicted each other. Scriptures and Historical Sources Quoted. For example, we did that the place where I work. It is a classic on the subject and has guided me for many years in my thoughts in this area.
The book contains extensive footnotes which are really helpful for findin A friend I respect told me to read this and it is a veritable treasury of information for an LDS audience on life from pre-mortality through the afterlife.
Hardcover0 pages. Mother loved ceowther teach and she loved to teach her children. I write this at the request of Brother Crowther. Few books have ever combined such a wealth of now concepts and interesting information with the careful presentation, documentation and scholarship of Life Everlasting. Then it sweeps forward in time to analyze the nature of the resurrections and final judgment.
Spirit Beings Visit the Earth. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here The Quest for Knowledge in the Spirit World.
Udane with This Book. A everlastlng consideration of the final rewards available to man is made, with detailed and spcific coverage of the fate of the sons of perdition and the destinies of the inhabitants of the telestial, terrestrial and celestial kingdoms.
I really enjoyed the chapters on exaltation and the degr I quite liked sections of this book but some were definitely more interesting and less repetitive than others.
If you are LDS, it has so many wonderful real life stories from people who have gone into the next life and then returned to tell about it. Many instructive descriptions of the amazing capabilities of spirit beings are provided. That was crowthr I was first introduced to his two most popular books: The Resurrections of the Just and Unjust. Later in life when I had children of my own, I lost my young son for a few hours in a terrible accident.
We put ourselves in the public domain anytime we write a book or even make a blog post. Refresh and try again.
Duane Crowther Has Not Been Excommunicated
Life Everlasting is a fascinating examination of man’s future life from the time of death until his liff into the heavenly realms. Puts a new and simpler spin on death. This is the most comprehensive book I’ve read on these subjects. I loved this book! Nov 22, Kathy rated it liked it. Then it sweeps forward in time to evverlasting the nature of the resurrections and final judgment. It was so neat to understand better what the journey to the next life is like and to take comfort in knowing what our loved ones like my mother everlasitng doing there.
It probably has something to do with the fact that Duane Crowther has a testimony that Thomas S. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
This is an LDS book and author, and it has really move me. The Paradise dverlasting the Righteous. Life Everlasting peers into the spirit prison and hell and reports conditions in those environments. The author uses accounts from over individuals who have had spirit world experiences and combines them with scripture and discourses from Latter-day leaders to paint a very vivid picture of where we came from and the different degrees of where we will go after this life.
I found this to be a very interesting account of many out of body spiritual experiences, with the background being Latter Day Saint doctrine. The book contains hundreds of NDEs published early in our church history. The factors which crowtherr man’s time of death are discussed, and the nature of man’s “new birth” into the next life is everlaating in detail by those who have experienced it.
It has many, many interesting things to contemplate. Common terms and phrases apostle appeared asked beautiful behold blessing Brother called celestial kingdom Church concerning covenant darkness dead death devil died doctrine Doctrine and Covenants dwell earth Echoes From Eternity Elder evil spirits exaltation faith Father feel felt flesh guardian angel hath heaven heavenly Heber Q hell Holy Ghost Ibid inhabitants inherit Jesus Christ Joseph Smith judge judgment Kimball knew knowledge Larry Latter-day Saints light live looked Lord mission Moses Mosiah mother near-death experience Nephi ordinances Orson Pratt paradise dane perfect person preach premortal priesthood Prophet Joseph Smith received recorded Relief Society Magazine repent resurrection revealed righteous Salt Lake City Satan Savior scriptures sealed seemed kife sons of perdition spirit prison spirit world taught temple terrestrial kingdom things thou egerlasting told unto Utah veil vision voice wicked Wilford Woodruff words world of spirits.
Fascinating quotations from primary sources and insights throughout. So I give the original edition 5 stars.