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Betty Eadie Writing Styles in Embraced by the Light

Betty Eadie
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Style

Perspective

This book is an autobiographical account of actual events that happened to Betty Eadie, the author. Betty went into the hospital in 1973 to have surgery and, during the course of serious complications resulting from the surgery, Betty had an experience in which she believed she died and went into a spirit world where Jesus spoke with her and shared many truths with her.

Betty grew up in a large family that fractured when she was only four. Betty's parents divorced, and she and her brothers and sister were sent to boarding school while their parents struggled with the logistics of their separation. Betty was young and impressionable during this time. Through the teachings of the Catholic nuns at this school, Betty learned to fear God, and she learned an interpretation of religion that confused and upset her for many years. It was also during this time that Betty...

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