Longwood, FL (PRWEB) October 24, 2008
Barring devastating accidents and disseminated cancer, man usually dies because of the failure of just one organ. Theoretically, through progressive replacement of failing organs, man could live forever and veritably spout the fountain of youth for the first time in history.
However, a critical four-hour survival time between organ donor and recipient is a limiting factor for making organ replacement feasible. Through meticulous research and happenstance, Dr. Frederick Middleton does indeed discover a unique freeze-dry formula to preserve organs without fracturing the cell walls, so invariably typical of any freezing or thawing process.
But, as with all things good, a profiteering underworld soon corrupts the organ exchange business, garnering fortunes from trusting recipients who hopefully would give most anything they own for one just more fling at life. Within this milieu, this struggle for life, lies a stream of patients whose heart-rending stories question traditional concepts for dealing with the dying.
In How to Live Forever (paperback, 978-1-60647-010-7), the third publication from critically acclaimed author M.S. Rawlings, M.D., the author examines the concept of "life insurance for the new life" and the preparation that takes place before we receive our new citizenship in God's heavenly kingdom.
M.S. Rawlings, M.D., has written a number of books on the near-death experience, and if there is one thing his and his patients' experiences show, it is that not everyone goes to heaven when they die. His previous books include stories of patients who were resuscitated on the operating table and who had been to hell.
Xulon Press, a part of Salem Communications Corporation, is the world's largest Christian publisher, with more than 5,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order How to Live Forever through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Salem Communications is the country's leading Christian communications company with interests in radio, Internet, and magazine publishing.