on 12 March 2014
Dave Hunt wrote, "It is astonishing how many millions of otherwise seemingly intelligent people are willing to risk their eternal destiny upon less evidence than they would require for buying a used car - yet the belief of so many, particularly in the area of religion, has no rational or factual foundation. With well-researched arguments and compelling proofs, this book demonstrates that the issue of where one will spend eternity is not a matter of preference (like joining the Elks instead of the Lions). In fact, there is overwhelming evidence that we are eternal beings who will spend eternity somewhere. But where will it be? And how can we know? There is no more important question to be faced - and answered."
We lost a nephew to Cancer. Prior to his death, his parents took wonderful care of him, planning and preparing for each day as it came. At the end this included a special holiday to Disney World in Florida. Every day was discussed and planned in detail with him; the journey there and back and all the entertainment in between.
But his last journey? Nothing. They wouldn't even talk about it . . . to us or him.
Buy this book. Read it. Pass it on . . .
on 4 May 2015
This is a wonderful book to give those who are seeking the truth as well as those who are not quite understanding the Gospel of Christ. A book for all Christians to remind us of some things we may have forgotten. There is so much error being spread by distorted teaching but Dave Hunt was a true Bible believing Christian - everything he wrote and taught came straight from the Word. He tells it like it is, without sugar-coating but in a way that the seeker and newest of Christians can understand and learn from. He would have been the first to say, go to the Bible first and seek the nature of God.
Dave was one of the founders of The Berean Call which can be accessed on the Internet. Well worth adding to your "favourites". Every one of Dave's books is worth reading. Should you get him on You Tube or TBC, you will find him to be a calm speaker and a true man of God.
Sadly for us, Dave went to be with the Lord in 2013 but I bet the Lord greeted him with "well done, good and faithful servant"!