Fox & Friends’ incisive journalism reveals: Heaven is For Real.

Via on Nov 26, 2010

And, Jesus has blue eyes.

I’d say this interview is an all-time classic, only it’s not journalism, not an interview and not classic. Enjoy:

Heaven Is For Really Reals

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3 Responses to “Fox & Friends’ incisive journalism reveals: Heaven is For Real.”

  1. ARCreated says:

    interesting…wonder why you don't feel this is Journalism or classic? ??? I don't doubt OBE's or heavenly experiences as all…don't we become just "like them" if we discount "their" experiences…it's not automatically wrong just because it's fox…:) just sayin.

  2. candicegarrett says:

    Not that I don't believe in near death experiences. But it sounds coached.

  3. Geez, Trungpa, too, said heaven was real. And he was trained in helping people navigate the between lives bardo stages.

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