Paradise and Spirit Prison by Ilyan Kei Lavanway

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Available in print and Kindle at Amazon.

What happens to us after we die? Does religion matter after death? If it does, which denomination is held to the strictest accountability, and why? If religion does not matter, why are people afraid to die? If there is no God to hold us accountable, what is there to be afraid of? Perhaps the better question is: If there is a God, and if there is a Redeemer, and if we are faithful, why should we fear death?

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About Ilyan Kei Lavanway

Ilyan Kei Lavanway is an independent LDS author and publisher. He writes fiction and non-fiction that will blow your mind and resonate with your soul, expounding timeless principles of truth. Much of his writing contains concepts that are unfamiliar to many readers. Lavanway aims to impart eternal perspectives to his readers while also providing evocative and stirring entertainment. If readers come away with only neutral opinions after reading his work, Lavanway says he has not done his job. If readers come away without questions they have never before asked, Lavanway again says he is not doing his job.
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