Didn't You Read My Book? - Richard E. Eby - Google книгиRichard E. Eby, D. June 26, - December 26, was a nationally recognized osteopathic physician , gynecologist, professor and surgeon with a very successful practice. In , Dr. Eby accidently fell from his three-story apartment landing head-first resulting in an NDE. While experiencing the wonders of paradise, Dr. Eby met Jesus Christ in all his glory and had a long conversation with him.
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