After years of my own personal research and experiences, I have now become an Agnostic. I grew up in the church. My dad was a baptist minister. So being a good PK, I started asking questions. I realized very soon that “One is not to question the great word of God”! Also heard on many occasions the old “God said it, I believe it, that settles it!” statement.

After so many experiences and situations I’ve seen, suffering I’ve witnessed, not to mention Dr. Ehrman’s books….I just don’t believe anymore like I did before.

However, now that my sweet momma and my father and several siblings have recently passed-away, I find the question of “Life after death” coming to the forefront of my mind. The logical side of me knows what I now know, but the side of me that loves and misses my family, sometimes wishes that the “Heaven of my youth” really exists.

I think sometimes that if I could go back and unlearn what I now know to be the truth, that I’d be happier….but I know I can’t.

So, for those of us who now know the Truth about things, what can we do to deal with the many times of missing loved ones and really wanting to see them again someday?



Journey of Souls by Michael Newton


Destiny of Souls by Michael Newton

Apparently Dr. Michael Newton has found out more about life after death than the Apostle Paul.

How right Michael Newton is, for me, is at least three out of five stars.

At the moment, I’m not going to give you a list for what makes his writings 3 stars and what makes his writing lacking the two extra stars; but, with a > 50% score (3 divided by 5 = 60%), I think you’re going to learn something from these two books.