The Evidence for Heaven

Theatrical Release: July 2, 2004
DVD Release: July 2, 2004
The Evidence for Heaven
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Synopsis

Is there a spiritual realm where the soul resides after death? Is there really a heaven? These questions are as old as humanity and as new as the latest scientific research. To Christians, the answers to these questions are a foregone conclusion. But, for believers and non-believers alike, the topic of life after death in a place called heaven raises even more questions. Where is heaven? What will heaven be like? Is there now scientific evidence that heaven really does exist? These are just a few of the questions you will be able to answer after examining the scientific studies, personal testimonies, and experiences of those who say they have already traveled to heaven and back through a near death experience. They tell about visions of a bright light, being surrounded by overwhelming love, and even talking to Jesus himself.

Dove Review

This was a very compelling video. It presents evidence that is hard for even non-believers to deny. A lady in a hospital bed flat lines and then returns only to tell the doctor that she left her body and ascended to the roof where she saw a red shoe. Later, just to check the validity of her story, an orderly went to the roof and retrieved the red shoe, something she could not possibly have seen physically. Another woman was basically shut off and monitored for a delicate operation that required her to be clinically dead. After the surgery, she was able to account tools used in her operation and even conversations that the doctors had had in the room. It’s hard not to believe in God or heaven once you watch this compelling video about the evidence of heaven.

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Info

Company: Grizzly Adams Prod., Inc.
Writer: Joseph Meier
Director: David Priest
Producer: Charles E. Sellier and David Balsiger
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Kadie Lukens