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About it blog, writes: Having read many books on the near-death experience I find this one very special since it was from a 4 year old.What is very interesting to me is that Colton corroborates the Prince of Peace painting by Akiane Kramarik as the likeness of the face Jesus.I find that her painting bears a strong resemblance to the digital reconstruction from the Shroud of Turin as presented in “The Real Face of Jesus”, a History channel production.Yes, I’m sure that such a popular image, if indeed many people think it is similar to the image of a man on the shroud, will have an impact on belief about the shroud.The median parents of Middlebury students earned 9,600 per year (in 2015 dollars), while ten to twelve years after college, the children (as 32- to 34-year-olds in 2014) earned ,800.In contrast, the biggest income gainer among over 2,000 American undergraduate colleges is the St. degree is six years of study and one year of professional training, so it’s not exactly a fair comparison against typical undergraduate colleges.) The highest-paid students from a general-purpose university are, unsurprisingly, those who attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who have a mean income in their early 30s of ,500 (although the median MIT parents earn 1,000, so even MIT is a downward proposition in the short run).
He describes the horse that only Jesus could ride, about how “reaaally big” God and his chair are, and how the Holy Spirit “shoots down power” from heaven to help us. I just have too many problems with how well a young son’s memory (or imagination) fits his father’s very literalist interpretations of the Bible. Something seems wrong, yet I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book. Every now and then, throughout the last half of the book, Colton is shown different pictures of Jesus and asked if they are accurate depictions of what he remembers Jesus looked like. Growing up in a home with an Atheist mother and a lapsed Catholic father, she apparently began having “divinely inspired visions,” which she translated into poetry and art.
As I began to my prayer or what was then “a cry of desperation”…I said “God give me another chance , I am not ready to die…I can do better with my life just give me another chance…I know I can do better”.
By one way of counting, the biggest loser is Middlebury College in the Vermont ski country, site of the recent Charles Murray riot.
The authors never tell us which pictures Colton looked at. By age four (Colton’s age) she was painting and writing poetry.
(I naturally wondered if the Shroud was one of them.) In the end Colton is shown an online picture. There can be no denying, at least, that she is a prodigy.