This book answers many of the most important questions about Heaven and Hell. Such as, will we know our friends and relatives in Heaven, does cremation prevent anyone from going to Heaven, will we see our pets in Heaven, what age are we in Heaven, do all children go to Heaven, does suicide prevent entry into Heaven, world religious views of the resurrection, who is the AntiChrist, will Hell be cold or hot, etc., are answered. A book which explains many of the mysteries of the Bible as presented by theologians, biblicial experts, religious authors, clergy, historical documents and sermons by renown preachers. Questions such as where is Heaven and Hell, are we predestined for Heaven or Hell or does free-will control our fate, etc.
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About the Author
.Ken Mink has spent more than five decades as a journalist/author.
A Kentucky native, he lives in Knoxville, Tn., semi-retired after a 48-year career as a journalist. He is editor of the travel magazine, The Travelling Adventurer (www.travellingadventurer.com), and writes freelance articles for newspapers and magazines. Other daily newspapers he worked for include the Lexington, Ky., Herald-Leader, the Dayton, Ohio, Daily News, the Bristol, Va., Herald-Courier, Kingsport, Tn., Times-News, Harrisonburg, Va., Daily News-Record and the Hopkinsville, Ky., New Era.
He is the author of several books, including So, You Want Your Kid to be a Sports Superstar, Teen Gunslinger, A Bloody Trail, Nightmare on Black Mountain, Serpent on the Cross, The Mailman Murders, Big Blue Blues, Terror on the Appalachian Trail, The Cola Conspiracy, Geezer Wars and Hoops Dreamer: The Ken Mink Story.
But he is perhaps best known as the World’s Oldest College Basketball Player. He was unjustly expelled from college in 1956 while playing on his college team at Lees Junior College, Jackson, Ky. After retiring in 2007 he got the urge to try to return to college basketball at age 73 to finish his career. Incredibly, he made the team at Roane State College, Harriman, Tn., and went on to play in seven games and scored in three, setting several world records.