Testimony Of Light

Testimony Of Light PDF Author: Helen Greaves
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1409034631
Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
Languages : en
Pages : 146

Book Description
When Frances Banks died her friend Helen Greaves was by her side. Then, one evening, some three weeks after Frances' death, Helen sensed her presence. This extraordinary encounter marked the beginning of contact between them from either side of the veil. 'Testimony of Light' is based on the communications that Helen received telepathically from Frances. The scripts have been authenticated by those who knew them both and who were familiar with their individual writing styles. Moving and inspiring, this book is a testament to the enduring power of their friendship and offers an important message to us all - that the death of the body is but a gentle passing to a much freer and fuller life. 'Never have we read such a spontaneous, simple, direct, happy and instructive series of scripts from "the other side"' Science of Thought Review 'A glass of spiritual champagne' - Churches Fellowship News

Testimony of Light

Testimony of Light PDF Author: Helen Greaves
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781322685212
Category : Future life
Languages : en
Pages : 160

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Brief Testimony of My Death

Brief Testimony of My Death PDF Author: Gerardo Sanchez
Publisher: Gerardo Sanchez
ISBN: 0965258017
Category : Fiction
Languages : en
Pages : 121

Book Description
In "A Brief Testimony of my Death", the author describes, in a concise and entertaining narrative, without turning it into a novelistic work, how his death came about, his soul's separation from his body, the discovery of other worlds and other lives, as well as the retrospection of some of his past reincarnations and the amazing visions that-as prophecies-were reveal to him by an unknown power. The most was being able to subsequently confirm many of the facts present narrative during the September eleven terrorist attacks in Washington DC and New York City. Those events as well as Osama Bin Laden's image were vividly shown to him twelve years, before they actually took place and when the author was dead. This is a gripping testimony, where life and death are intertwined with the tragedies, misfortunes, joys of more than one existence. It shows us an endless and continuous cycle where life and death are not opposite things, but two different states of one and the same thing: the human existence.

Testimony of Light

Testimony of Light PDF Author: Frances Banks
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780902742017
Category : Automatism
Languages : en
Pages : 145

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The Testimony of the Evangelists

The Testimony of the Evangelists PDF Author: Simon Greenleaf
Publisher: Ravenio Books
ISBN:
Category : Religion
Languages : en
Pages : 350

Book Description
To the Members of the Legal Profession Gentlemen, The subject of the following work I hope will not be deemed so foreign to our professional pursuits, as to render it improper for me to dedicate it, as I now respectfully do, to you. If a close examination of the evidences of Christianity may be expected of one class of men more than another, it would seem incumbent on us, who make the law of evidence one of our peculiar studies. Our profession leads us to explore the mazes of falsehood, to detect its artifices, to pierce its thickest veils, to follow and expose its sophistries, to compare the statements of different witnesses with severity, to discover truth and separate it from error. Our fellow-men are well aware of this; and probably they act upon this knowledge more generally, and with a more profound repose, than we are in the habit of considering. The influence, too, of the legal profession upon the community is unquestionably great; conversant, as it daily is, with all classes and grades of men, in their domestic and social relations, and in all the affairs of life, from the cradle to the grave. This influence we are constantly exerting for good or ill; and hence, to refuse to acquaint ourselves with the evidences of the Christian religion, or to act as though, having fully examined, we lightly esteemed them, is to assume an appalling amount of responsibility. The things related by the Evangelists are certainly of the most momentous character, affecting the principles of our conduct here, and our happiness for ever. The religion of Jesus Christ aims at nothing less than the utter overthrow of all other systems of religion in the world; denouncing them as inadequate to the wants of man, false in their foundations, and dangerous in their tendency. It not only solicits the grave attention of all, to whom its doctrines are presented, but it demands their cordial belief, as a matter of vital concernment. These are no ordinary claims; and it seems hardly possible for a rational being to regard them with even a subdued interest; much less to treat them with mere indifference and contempt. If not true, they are little else than the pretensions of a bold imposture, which, not satisfied with having already enslaved millions of the human race, seeks to continue its encroachments upon human liberty, until all nations shall be subjugated under its iron rule. But if they are well founded and just, they can be no less than the high requirements of Heaven, addressed by the voice of God to the reason and understanding of man, concerning things deeply affecting his relations to his sovereign, and essential to the formation of his character and of course to his destiny, both for this life and for the life to come. Such was the estimate taken of religion, even the religion of pagan Rome, by one of the greatest lawyers of antiquity, when he argued that it was either nothing at all, or was everything. Aut undique religionem tolle, aut usquequaque conserva. With this view of the importance of the subject, and in the hope that the present work may in some degree aid or at least incite others to a more successful pursuit of this interesting study, it is submitted to your kind regard, by Your obedient servant, Simon Greenleaf. Harvard University, Dane Hall, May 1, 1846.

The Testimony of the Evangelists, Examined by the Rules of Evidence Administered in Courts of Justice

The Testimony of the Evangelists, Examined by the Rules of Evidence Administered in Courts of Justice PDF Author: Simon Greenleaf
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
ISBN: 1584770953
Category : Bible
Languages : en
Pages : 640

Book Description
Greenleaf, Simon. The Testimony of the Evangelists Examined by the Rules of Evidence Administered in Courts of Justice with an Appendix Containing a History of the Most Ancient Manuscript Copies of the New Testament, and a Comparison of their Text with that of the King James' Bible by Constantine Tischendorff. Also a Review of the Trial of Jesus. New York: James Cockcroft & Company, 1874. Reprinted 2001 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. xxiii, 613 pp. LCCN 00-021510. ISBN 1-58477-095-3. Cloth. $95. * Greenleaf applies the rules of evidence as espoused in his notable and widely cited work, A Treatise on the Law of Evidence, to the New Testament in an effort to determine the reliability of the testimony in the Gospels. Greenleaf [1783-1853] was a Dane Professor at Harvard University and is considered, along with Joseph Story, to be responsible for the emergence of Harvard Law School. Marke, A Catalogue of the Law Collection of New York University (1953) 110. Dictionary of American Biography IV: 583-584.
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