Everybody has one. It's called a "haunt detector". It's the little alarm that goes off in our heads whenever we detect that something mysterious or supernatural has occurred. You could be sitting around relaxing one day at home, and for no special reason you start thinking about someone. Maybe you haven't thought about this person in years. Then the phone rings; you pick it up, and amazingly, it's that person! Many of us have experienced this phenomenon. What is it?
Anthony DeStefano answers this compelling question in his fascinating new book, The Invisible World. No matter how little we may understand or how fleeting such moments can be, he explains the reality of the spiritual dimension that surrounds us and shows how it is immediately accessible to everyone. All aspects of the spiritual realm are discussed, including the existence of angels and demons, the whereabouts of loved ones who have passed, and even the presence and activity of God in our lives. Written to be completely consistent with traditional Christian teaching, The Invisible World will help listeners embrace a certitude that makes it easier to act according to their moral beliefs. It will also give them a greater sense of the richness of life and show them that no amount of suffering - physical, mental, or emotional - will ever be able to destroy the profound sense of inner peace that can be experienced on a daily basis.
For those seeking reassurance about meaning in their life, nothing is more significant than to be reminded that no one is alone. In The Invisible World, Anthony DeStefano shows the truth of this in a captivating and inspiring way.
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"I may not always agree with Anthony DeStefano, but there is no doubt he is a highly intelligent and witty writer; and assuming the existence of an invisible world, he has produced a very interesting and thought-provoking book about spirituality." (Vincent Bugliosi, author of Divinity of Doubt: The God Question and Helter Skelter)
"Angels, devils, and grace? DeStefano makes them almost visible. This is a wonderful, compelling book, completely consistent with traditional Christian teaching and common sense - and very, very readable." (Fred BarnesExecutive Editor, The Weekly Standard)
"With terrific, inflected characters, and a dark, subtle sense of place and history, The Ranger is an exceptional novel." (John Sandford)
"One of the best crime writers at work today." (Michael Connelly)
The offer of a sample of the book is good because you can normally ascertain what the book is about. This one did the same as the Caroline Myss one. It promised more than it delivered.
"The Invisible World: understanding Angels, Demons"
Eveyone who doesn't know God of the Bible should read it. It will open their spiritual eyes.
The Bible: The Invisible World is based on the Bible.
I am a long time Christian and well versed in the Bible. The story does not go beyond the Bible, so there's nothing particular that I experienced newly.
The Invisible Reality
Anthony DeStefano is very faithful to the Bible. I hope this book will be used among the people who do not know God to find the true God.
"Best Detailed information I heard"
How truly amazing angels,Jesus and God is. And make you want to believe and builds your faith.
I think I have ADDHD and my attention span is short and my mind likes to wonder, I can't listen better than trying to read for myself.
How to build your faith and belief.
Best detailed information I listened to.
Based on his delivery and style I would not buy another book by this author.
I think a different narrator could have helped bring this book to life, the author lacked the ability to engage the listener.
This book can be summed up with the following insight: God is good, the Devil is bad. The author doesn't appear to be familiar with modern textual criticism (analysis of the early Greek and Coptic Bibles) and misquotes Christ on the cross, appears to take the Adam and Eve story literally (um, evolution?) and is not up to date on recent advances in neuroscience, particularly in the areas of choice and the
This is written at or below an eighth grade level.
I enjoyed Mr. DeStefano's enthusiasm, it's the only thing that kept me listening. He sounds like a genuine person. However, he has a Philadelphia/Jersey accent and says
For a better discussion of evil and the nature of the Devil, check out Norman Mailer's On God.
Angels, miracles and heavenly encounters compiled by James Stuard Bell
Made me ponder
Love this book
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