As a child I saw many movies about
hell and decided it was not a place I ever wanted to be in for
eternity. Bill Wiese claims he not only saw images of hell, but
that he experienced it physically and emotionally for 23
Can you go to hell and live to tell about it?
Do children go to hell?
Will good people only go to heaven?
Are there demons in hell?
Is hell a real place with real fire?
Will you remember your life on earth while in hell?
Bill Wiese answers all these questions and also backs up his own
experience with biblical references. His story is convincing and
told from the perspective of someone who was placed in a
position of extreme stress and vulnerability. He describes his
23 minutes in detail and in a very convincing manner. Dreams can
be very vivid and so at the start you have to either believe
this is true or decide it isn't something you are willing to
In the first third of the book he explains his horrifying
experience of being in hell and then in the second section he
talks about near death experiences and why there is hope for
anyone who wants to avoid going to hell after they die. In the
third section he focuses on verses from the Bible to give a more
complete view of hell.
The thoughts in this book are somewhat sobering and the idea of
spending eternity in a state of emotional distress and physical
pain is more than enough motivation to try to find a way not to
duplicate Bill Wiese's experience. Fortunately he does provide a
message of hope and explains how Jesus Christ is the answer and
the Savior of the soul.