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Other Voices, Other Places: Good and Evil Beyond the Grave

John W. Spencer

Other Voices, Other Places is a novel about an evangelistic witness by thousands of born-again redeemed spirits in Heaven, made ready for spiritual service to a failing humanity on Earth. These spiritual workers have received the most complete, personal, and experiential knowledge from teachings by Old and New Testament characters, writers, and prophets. Challenges, though, exist. A world awaits, full of doubt, suspicion, and ridicule. Evil is also actively involved with its own commentaries and plans. The voice of Sybil Davies, a storyteller from Heaven, calls out to humanity on Earth to keep hope, faith, and trust alive. She is reporting on the eventual full victory of "good" over "evil" and the awarding of eternal life.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Resource Publications (CA)
  • Publish Date: Apr 8th, 2024
  • Pages: 184
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.39in - 0.56lb
  • EAN: 9798385208364
  • Categories: Christian - Suspense

About the Author

Spencer, John W.: - John W. Spencer is a retired clinical neuropsychologist. He previously worked at the National Institutes of Health and later was an associate dean and director of the doctorate program in clinical Christian psychology at Regent University. He has written and edited two editions of Complementary/Alternative Medicine: An Evidence-Based Approach (1999, 2003).

Praise for this book

"Evangelical Christians will find Other Voices, Other Places a meaningful literary journey. John Spencer executes remarkable imagination in a rare work of what may be described as postmortem fiction. Heaven literally comes to life in this fascinating book."

--William Simons, retired United Methodist minister

"Other Voices, Other Places portrays the story of an ill, distraught orphan girl during the London Great Plague, who experienced a poor presentation of the gospel. Fortuitously, she became born-again in Christ before her expectant death. An otherwise truly contemplative story shows her divinely equipped in heaven and returned to earth as an evangelistic witness to the unsaved in her past and to the pagan influences of today."

--Marston V. Roloff, retired captain, US Navy