Synopses & Reviews
Many people spend more time planning a trip to Europe than they do preparing for their eternal homes. We are bombarded with suggestions concerning what awaits us when we cross the line from life to death. Is it as Betty Eadie claims, an eternal existence of peaceful and loving acceptance? Or could it be as Shirley MacLaine insists, simply reincarnation - a transfer from one body to another? We need not play this guessing game, wondering what will greet us on the other side - the Bible tells us that we can know for sure. For some, it will be a beautiful existence of eternal bliss; for others, an everlasting experience of pain and torment. And there will ever be a great gulf fixed between the two. The only question that remains is . . .which side will you be on?In One Minute After You Die Dr. Lutzer clearly enunciates what the Bible has to say about the life beyond. With biblical descriptions of the splendor of heaven and the horrors of hell, he authoritatively dispels fears for those who have placed their trust in Jesus Christ and presents the dread necessity for those who have yet to believe. Many who read it will be comforted; others will be disturbed; and everyone will be instructed. Each day is one step closer to eternity. Are you ready?
About the Author
DR. ERWIN LUTZER (B.Th., Winnipeg Bible College; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary; M.A., Loyola University) Since 1980, Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer has served as senior pastor of the world-famous Moody Church in Chicago, where he provides leadership to Chicago pastors. Dr. Lutzer is the featured speaker on three radio programs including "The Moody Church Hour", the popular evening program "Songs in the Night," as well as the daily broadcast called "Running to Win". Dr. Lutzer is an award-winning author of numerous books. His speaking engagements outside the pulpit of The Moody Church include Bible conferences and seminars, both domestically and in other parts of the world. He has led tours of the cities of the Protestant Reformation in Europe. Dr. Lutzer and his wife, Rebecca, live in the Chicago area and are the parents of three grown children and eight grandchildren.