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To Heaven and Back Is There Life After Death Is God Real Is There Sufficient Reason To Live By Faith Dr Mary Neal S Walk With God Has Been Both Ordinary And Extraordinary, Brimming With The Gift And Privilege Of Being Touched By God In Visible And Very Tangible Ways She Is A Practicing Orthopaedic Surgeon, A Wife, And A Mother Who Has Experienced Joy As Well As Great Sorrow And Death She Experienced Life After Death And, Despite Her Scientific Training, She Believes The Answer To Each One Of These Questions Is A Definitive Yes She Drowned On A South American River And Went To Heaven She Conversed With Angels She Returned To Earth, In Part, To Tell Her Story To Others And Help Them Find Their Way Back To God In This Book , Dr Neal Shares The Captivating Details Of Her Life In Which She Has Experienced Not Just One Miracle, But Many Her Story Is Both Compelling And Thought Provoking Her Experiences Provide Confirmation That Miracles Still Occur, Shows How God Keeps His Promises And Why There Is Sufficient Reason To Live By Faith Dr Neal S Message Is Fundamentally One Of Hope.

  • Paperback
  • 236 pages
  • To Heaven and Back
  • Mary C. Neal
  • English
  • 16 October 2018
  • 0615486223

About the Author: Mary C. Neal

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10 thoughts on “To Heaven and Back

  1. says:

    I must preface this review by stating that I am a bible believing Christian I believe that salvation is for those who call Jesus Christ Lord, and is available to all who do I received this book with the understanding that it is a Christian read, however, not only was I was terribly disappointed in it being labeled as such, I was incredibly disturbed by the doctrine presented I do believe after having read this book that Mary had a supernatural experience and passed over the threshold from l I must preface this review by stating that I am a bible believing Christian I believe that salvation is for those who call Jesus Christ Lord, and is available to all who do I received this book with the understanding that it is a Christian read, however, not only was I was terribly disappointed in it being labeled as such, I was incredibly disturbed by the doctrine presented I do believe after having read this book that Mary had a supernatural experience and passed over the threshold from life to death, and being a believer in Christ, which she openly acknowledges, I am certain she was destined to live out all of her eternity in Heaven However, it seemed as though she believed this to be the case for all who pass from life to death, and even mentions in the book that if the person who passed did not have saving faith upon death, then the ga...

  2. says:

    One of the things I liked most about this book was that it s clear that Dr Neal isn t a writer, and I don t mean that in an offensive way at all Her prose is very simple, with little if any embellishments, flowery language, or complex syntax And the reason why I like that for this text is because it adds authenticity to her story She s not a charismatic, artistic type trying to sell a story or argue her own point of view she is very much just a medical professional who has led a life th One of the things I liked most about this book was that it s clear that Dr Neal isn t a writer, and I don t mean that in an offensive way at all Her prose is very simple, with little if any embellishments, flow...

  3. says:

    To Heaven and Back is a doctor s extraordinary account of her death, Heaven, angels and life again and is supposedly true is all aspects.Allow me to preface this review by stating that this opinion is coming from a born again, fundamental, Bible believing Christian As such, I found this book very disturbing and feel that the best place for it is in the garbage can I know that sounds harsh, but I feel this book contains several elements that could prove to be extremely hazardous to Christians...

  4. says:

    I love reading about Near Death Experiences I ve read quite a few different accounts and love to see their similarities and differences I was surprised by how small of a role the author s actual near death experience played in this book It is muchof an autobiographical life lessons learned kind of a book However at the time I was reading this book those life lessons were exactly what I was needing to hear so this book really rang true to me At the time my own son was struggling and I love reading about Near Death Experiences I ve read quite a few different accounts and love to see their similarities and differences I was surprised by how small of a role the author s actual near death experience played in this book It is ...

  5. says:

    Life is spiritial journey and second chances are real with God After having worked in the medical field for many years and seeing death first hand I was immediately interested in reading this title written by a real life medical surgeon who had a real near death experience Throughout my lifetime I have read many real life NDE s of those who either through traumatic injuries or illness passed away only to later be ...

  6. says:

    As an RN, I was looking for a clinical explanation of what happened when she died and came back What injuries she sustained How her brain could have survived the oxygen deprivation What brain injury would have been usual for that type of exposure Who better to deliver that level of detail than an orthopedic surgeon What I got was the usual bright light and glowing nebulous beings that fill most near death experience descriptions There was vague timing and inattention to detail For exa As an RN, I was looking for a clinical explanation of what happened when she died and came back What injuries she sustained How her brain could have survived the oxygen deprivation What brain injury would have been usual for that type of exposure Who better to deliver that level of detail than an orthopedic surgeon What I got was the usual bright light and glowing nebulous beings that fill most near death experience descriptions There was vague timing and inattention to detail For example, at one point she referred to an angel who spoke to her but in the same paragraph called him Jesus The thing that really bothered me was her report that she died and then traveled from Chile via charter plane, commercial airline lying to the flight attendants and rental car back to Wyoming prior to seeking treatment for her injuries That was just crazy and foolish I guess my disappointment is that it is not what I thought it was It was an interesting story with reassur...

  7. says:

    I think that Mary Neal s book is important for people to read Her incredible experience gives us hope regarding the purpose of our lives and the meaning of our deaths She is a most admirable person and her book will be of interest and help to people who are interested in NDE s, what happens to us when we die, and how we should try to live our lives in preparation for this For these reasons, this book is invaluable.There were a couple of things in Mary Neal s books that bothered me from a psyc I think that Mary Neal s book is important for people to read Her incredible experience gives us hope regardi...

  8. says:

    This is not a review, just bits I would like to remember later However, it must be noted that I read this book in one sitting All 220 pages of it I have never done that before Of note is that most theologians would agree that angels live among us according to God s will, not our own Lewis Sperry Chafer wrote in Systematic Theology Kregel, 1993 , One reason angels are rendered invisible to human sight may be that if they were seen, they would be worshiped Man, who is prone to idolatry as This is not a review, just bits I would like to remember later However, it must be noted that I read this book in one sitting All 220 pages of it I have never done that before Of note is that most theologians would agree that angels live among us according to God s will, not our own Lewis Sperry Chafer wrote in Systematic Theology Kregel, 1993 , One reason angels are rendered invisible to human sight may be that if they were seen, they would be worshiped Man, who is prone to idolatry as to worship the works of his own hands, would hardly be able to resist the worship of angels were they before his eyes Even the most terrible circumstances and events can stimulate great change in individuals and or societies Without observing cruelty, we would not be moved to compassion Without personal trials, we would not develop patience or faithfulness It is the recognition that our earthly concerns matter little when compa...

  9. says:

    3.5 StarsConfession I have a serious fascination with books, movies and 20 20 s,Datelines or 60 Minutes about heaven and out of body experiences I find myself gravitating to these books every 2 10 years I continue to be stunned by the similarities in what people experience and am curious and a little in awe of these very personal supernatural accountings I really liked the straightforward narrative and very believable experience that this author penned I especially appreciated that she did 3.5 StarsConfession I have a serious fascination with books, movies and 20 20 s,Datelines or 60 Minutes about heaven and out of body experiences I find myself gravitating to these books every 2 10 years I continue to be stunned by the similarities in what people experience and am curious and a little in awe of these very personal supernatural accountings I really liked the straightforward narrative and very believable experience that this author penned I especially appreciated that she did not claim to have all the answers about heaven and felt very comfortable saying something to the effect that she had not stayed for a long visit and just because she did not see pets for example did not mean that they were not somewhere else I also enjoyed learning about her life before and after her time in heaven and appreciated the way she tried to live her life in accordance with God s plan for her She is a down to earth mom of 4 and an orthopedic surgeon which made her experiencecredible an...

  10. says:

    To Heaven and Back is the story of one woman s life of providential living.To Heaven and Back tells the story of Dr Mary Neal, an orthopedic surgeon, who drowned in a kayaking accident in the Chilean Andes, went to heaven and was revived by the efforts of her companions But it isn t just another I died and went to heaven then came back book, although it certainly does tell the story of a woman who did exactly that Dr Neal tells that story with clarity and in detail But what sets the book ap To Heaven and Back is the story of one woman s life of providential living.To Heaven and Back tells the stor...

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