For every human on earth, the clock is ticking towards their inevitable death. Whether one lives to the oldest of ages (expiring quietly) or death comes suddenly with a slip on the ice (or in any other of the myriad of ways people die), the end of biological life is the outcome for everyone. For the Christian, however, there is the expectation of continuation beyond this fleeting life on earth. Naturalists have no such optimism and can only hope that their time on earth is a pleasant one. Because Christians have a divine assurance, they want to share that hope with others. Still, theological questions remain: Can near-death experiences help lead those far from Christ to him? Can they be added to the repertoire of apologetic arguments for Christianity? This book examines the truth surrounding near-death experiences: how they have been seen in human culture, what the scientific community is learning about those who have near-death experiences, and how near-death experiences can be used (or not used) in your evangelistic encounters.