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Saved by the Light by Dannion Brinkley
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Read from September 18 to 19, 2011

I loved reading about this man's experiences, his recovery, and how he changed his life to make a difference.

I am a little confused on his beliefs. He talks about how his center is going to is going to incorporate psychics, and that people can get to Heaven by many paths, yet at the end of the book he talks about how he reads the Bible. Some of his ideas and experiences don't really go well with what the Bible says. I do believe that his experiences are real, but I'm not too sure if I believe that he did go to Heaven. Sounds like he is a part of a greater plan, but I'm not too sure that it's God's...
Sounds like Unitarianism to me...

This was a very interesting and quick read.
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James THIS BOOK IS A LITERARY FRAUD.

See STOLEN VALOR pp 385-387

The author of Stolen Valor filed a freedom of information request for the military records of Dannion Brinkley.
Not only was Brinkley not a "marine corps assassin" in Vietnam,

HE NEVER LEFT THE UNITED STATES DURING HIS 18 MONTHS OF SERVICE.

He spent his time in a Transportation Battalion at Atlanta Georgia.
Trucking supplies like toilet paper & blankets to other Marine facilities in the US.

He attended NO schools for specialized combat operations,
and Received NO medals related to the war.

The entire book is FICTION.


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