Final Mystery by Doug Batchelor

Publisher: Amazing Facts
Speaker: Doug Batchelor

Product Code: DV-FM

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What really happens to people when they die?
Do the dead communicate with the living?
Are ghosts real?

Get surprising Bible answers to these vitally important questions as trusted Bible teacher Doug Batchelor, host of Amazing Facts Presents and Bible Answers Live, goes beyond the grave to explore the ultimate reality behind death and the afterlife. In this three-part video series, Pastor Doug tackles major misconceptions regarding the mystery of death, offering hard facts and practical insights that will bring you a new sense of hope and peace to help you face your future with confidence!

Presentations:

1. Deadly Visions
2. Ghosts and Spooky Spirits
3. Death Delusions

Subtitle language: English. English only.

Doug Batchelor

Doug BatchelorAs a teenager, Doug Batchelor had everything money could buy—everything but happiness. His search led him to drugs, fights, and suicidal fantasies. Convinced that life held no purpose, he soon found himself scavenging food from garbage bins and living in a cave in the hills above Palm Springs.

The happiness Doug wanted eluded him until the day he began reading the dust-covered Bible someone had left in his cave. What happened next can only be described as a miracle! Today, Pastor Doug is president of Amazing Facts, an international multimedia ministry, and can be seen and heard around the world on television and radio programs such as Central Study Hour, Amazing Facts Presents, and Bible Answers Live.

Doug's down-to-earth approach to living the Christian life stems from his own experiences. He is an energetic man of vision and deep spirituality with an unusual ability to communicate not only to church members, but also to the millions of secular-minded people of today. He is the author of dozens of books, including, The Richest Caveman, Caveman Theology, Shadows of Light, Broken Chains, and At Jesus’ Feet .

Final Mystery by Doug Batchelor