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Hiking Toward Heaven: An Uplifting Story of Hope on Earth with Hints of Heaven

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An adventurous series of hikes in the mountains and canyons of the Southwest United States... An encounter with a mysterious stranger who makes an intriguing proposition ... An exploration into the powerful Christian themes of love, grace, and forgiveness ... A new formula for dealing with obstacles that life puts in our way ... Glimpses of heaven we can identify with ... ...more
Paperback, 116 pages
Published December 9th 2010 by Authorhouse
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Nice uplifting book. God works in mysterious ways.
Jun 14, 2012 rated it really liked it
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I was in the coffee house and saw this book staring out at me from the lending library. Read nearly half of it before I left. Its really an unusual book. Stories about a guy maybe a few years older than me, hiking with his grandchildren mostly in New Mexico, but trips to Arizona and Australia as well. Very intriguing to me. It was cool that they actually went in to eat lunch, in the book, at Frontier Restaurant in Albuquerque, where I have eaten 3 or 4 times. Don't visit ABQ without eating in Fr ...more
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This book was incredibly helpful to me because it gave me so much joy while reading it. It helped me out in a moment of torment.
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Ian Dexter Palmer, PhD is the author of The Shale Controversy, Fracman Conflicted, Hiking toward Heaven, and Weed and Water

He has a Ph.D. in physics from Adelaide University, Australia. By profession, he is a petroleum engineer, who consults all over the world.

As a Christian, Ian has always been fascinated by the interface between faith and science. Of special interest to him are the powerful conc

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