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This fascinating, easy-to-read book cuts through the folklore and misinformation about heaven and hell to show what the Bible actually reveals—and doesn’t reveal—about them. You might be surprised. You’ll definitely be interested. And you’ll learn how to accurately understand the Bible so your faith has something solid to stand on.

©2007 Kenneth Boa (P)2010 Zondervan

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Would you consider the audio edition of Sense and Nonsense about Heaven and Hell to be better than the print version?

I wouldn't know which is better, as I have not read the print version. I do feel that the subject is well researched by the Authors and it is extremely interesting as well as authoritative.

What did you like best about this story?

It isn't so much a story as it is a fact book. There are Biblical stories (examples) contained therein to help illustrate a point or points. I will admit that I am a Authorized KJV advocate, but the Bible versions utilized help explain the points being made.

What does Adam Verner bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He had a good voice. But moreover he made me believe that he believed what he was reading.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Kind of, but due to the nature of the content, it is advisable to listen in chunks. Otherwise it feels like cramming when you consider the subject, and believe me, cramming is the last thing you'll want to do.

Any additional comments?

As with Boa's other works, I am pleased, because this seems to be a labor of love for the author.

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good biblical introduction

while I disagree with the author on some points, I think this is a good introduction to heaven and hell with alternative viewpoints explained, and the biblical support that the various sides cite. the author also does a good job of emphasizing things the Bible is clear on, and being open about when there isn't clearly biblical support for what the author believes.