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Divine Revelations.info

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Divine Revelations.info is a crank fundamentalist Christian website that lists people's anecdotal experiences in heaven or hell.

The site features many stories of near-death experiences including Colton Burpo's[1] and Bill Wiese's[2] alleged experiences, among others. [3] It also displays a fundamentalist stance on topics such as evolution[4], abortion[5] and homosexuality.[6]

They're certainly never bothered by the fact that these revelations are often directly contradictory to one another.

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