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Visions of glory a history and a memory of Jehovah"s Witnesses by Barbara Grizzuti Harrison

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Published by Simon and Schuster in New York .
Written in English



  • United States


  • Harrison, Barbara Grizzuti,
  • Jehovah"s Witnesses -- History,
  • Catholic converts -- Biography,
  • Jehovah"s Witnesses -- United States -- Biography

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Edition Notes

StatementBarbara Grizzuti Harrison.
LC ClassificationsBX8525.7 .H37
The Physical Object
Pagination413 p. ;
Number of Pages413
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4558565M
ISBN 100671225308
LC Control Number77029024

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So many people I know have read this book and it has been the center of more than one discussion in the last few months. I started to read the book and was truly fascinated but the further I read, the more I started to doubt this account and the very existence of the "anonymous" man who claimed to have had these visions and revelations/5. Sep 01,  · Visions of Glory: One Man's Astonishing Account of the Last Days - Kindle edition by John M. Pontius. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Visions of Glory: One Man's Astonishing Account of the Last Days/5(K). Sep 03,  · Visions of Glory is a mesmerizing and fascinating read that you will not be able to put down. Paperback. pages. x x inches. Also Suggested For You both ancient and modern. Don't take it all the description of facts, though. The light you may gain from this book supposed to guide you on your personal journey to know the Lord /5. Nov 13,  · The Paperback of the Visions of Glory: One Man's Astonishing Account of the Last Days by John Pontius at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! One Man's Astonishing Account of the Last Days out of 5 based on 0 ratings. The second portion of the book explains this man's visions of the last days. It was fascinating and makes /5(39).

Mar 19,  · The first time I heard about Visions of Glory was from my father-in-law. I’ll admit, I pretty much dismissed it. My thoughts: It’s about a man’s dream or vision. It’s not prophecy or revelation. That comes from the prophet. I won’t go into what the book is about as I think that can be covered elsewhere. When doctors gave him six months to live, John Pontius (author of Visions of Glory) created a blog to leave his testimony with his prideinpill.comr, thousands of followers of UnBlog My Soul were touched. Share in the journey as Pontius expresses his love and understanding of the gospel in . Jan 13,  · Visions of Glory and the Last Days. Note added Greg Smith has published a much more complete review on the FAIR website. And I thought I was being a little harsh in my review here. In order to understand a book like “Visions of Glory” one has to open their mind and heart to receive added knowledge. You don’t have to take. May 31,  · Review of: John Pontius, Visions of Glory: One Man’s Astonishing Account of the Last Days (Springville UT: Cedar Fort, ). pages. ISBN Visions of Glory is written by John Pontius and recounts several visions and spiritual manifestations. Their recipient is an anonymous informant called “Spencer” in the book. It includes an account of visions of the spirit .

Jan 01,  · The first volume, Visions of Glory covers birth I first became aware of this book in the early 90s, and badly wanted to finish it then. But again I find that audible is the best way for me to get through these lengthy Biographical tomes!/5(). Visions of Glory. 1, likes · 47 talking about this. In this true account of near-death experiences, we learn about the miracles of the millennium, and many other astonishing events long prophesied Followers: K. May 10,  · Visions of Glory is an encouraging exploration of the power of the human spirit and the ways in which faith can inspire existence. Timothy Etoori’s Christian poetry collection Visions of Glory is both inspirational and thought-provoking. The collection is conveniently separated into sixteen sections, each covering a different facet of life.4/4. Visions of Glory brings together twenty-two images and twenty-two brisk essays, each essay connecting an image to the events that unfolded during a particular year of the Civil book focuses on a diverse set of images that include a depiction of former slaves whipping their erstwhile overseer distributed by an African American publisher, a census graph published in the New York Times.