Alex Malarkey was one of several children who claimed to have died and went to heaven as a kid. This fake story was sold as a book for Evangelical Christians. In 2015, he admitted that the book was all lies and criticized Christian booksellers for making money off “heaven tourism.”
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Again, tf is wrong with people? It’s like the church selling “indulgences” to their stupid believers to have their purgatory sentence reduced when they die. Anything to make a buck off the gullible.
That is pretty crappy 😐
How awful! Anything to make money.