A Rabbi Looks At the Afterlife
: Is there a heaven? Is hell real? Is there life after death? Discover the answers that will change your life forever! People genuinely want to know if there is life after death. However, there are...
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Is there a heaven? Is hell real? Is there life after death?
Discover the answers that will change your life forever!
People genuinely want to know if there is life after death. However, there are many different ideas about the afterlife. Some believe that once you are dead, “that’s it.” Nothingness. Others sincerely hope that there is something beyond this life, but are not sure. Uncertainty.
Is it possible to know that there is life beyond the grave? If so, how does this change your life today?
In A Rabbi Looks at the Afterlife, Jonathan Bernis takes you on an unforgettable journey of faith, exploring Scripture, history, and first-hand accounts of those who have experienced the afterlife.
Get ready to:
Re-Imagine heaven and get a clearer vision of the glorious eternity that awaits all believers Live with a greater sense of purpose and urgency, motivated by the realities of heaven and hell Be inspired by four unforgettable true stories of individuals who had near-death experiences When the afterlife becomes more real, you will live every moment in light of forever and recognize the eternal significance that your life plays in God’s unfolding plan!
Jonathan Bernis is the president and CEO of Jewish Voice Ministries International and the author of "A Rabbi Looks at the Last Days". Bernis, who grew up in a traditional Jewish family, serves on the boards of several organizations that minister in Israel; he holds dual U.S./Israeli citizenship. His weekly television show, "Jewish Voice with Jonathan Bernis", is broadcast throughout the United States, Canada, Israel, and other countries in Europe and Asia. Jonathan lives in Phoenix, Arizona, with his wife and daughter. A