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Tyndale House Still Advertising Visits to Heaven and Back

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Tyndale House Publishers, issuer of the now withdrawn title The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven, is still showing Mark Hitchcock’s new book, Visits to Heaven: Are They Real on their corporate website. The book was scheduled for mid-March release but was undoubtedly written before Alex Malarkey recanted his story. A Google preview offers the table of contents above, but at the CBA site, the .pdf file was displaying intermittently. Most of the visible introductory section is a list of about 40 books in the genre, with several references to Thomas Nelson’s Heaven is for Real.

There is no mention of the title on the author’s website. Ingram and Send the Light are still taking orders. The publisher blurb reads:

Visits to Heaven and Back

What will heaven really be like?
Today’s bestseller lists are filled with stories of those who have claimed to experienced heaven firsthand. Curiosity about what will happen after we die is as strong as ever in the twenty-first century. Yet, each book contains a different story about what we will experience in heaven.

What are we to believe? What is true?
In Visits to Heaven and Back: Are They Real? Mark Hitchcock, a respected Bible teacher, sorts out the facts. He chronicles the recent phenomenon of “heaven” books, comparing and contrasting the ideas presented in these books and revealing the discrepancies and contradictions. Then, Mark turns to the Bible, laying out clearly the teachings about heaven and experiences in this life of another world. The Bible does reveal that there is a world beyond this one, but it also contains clear warnings and amazing promises.

Discover today God’s clear and certain promises concerning heaven.

It’s unclear if the title will be intact for the March release or if parts will need to be adjusted to reflect the latest developments, but along with Boy Who Came Back…it would seem that Tyndale has not one, but two titles being impacted.

  1. February 5, 2015 at 2:48 am

    After life experiences – all a rage. Truth, exploration, exaggeration? We’ll know one day, won’t we. God bless.

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