Thoughts? http://www.youtube.com/user/HeavenVisit Seems awfully like the Piper book that came out a couple years back... Two things that throw up red flags, one...Jesus (and his grandmother) telling him earth is not his home (when in actuality this is where God designed for us to live, and He with us), and two....being told to bring as many back to Heaven as he can (around 12 minute mark) as salvation of others depends on him. He also could "see" prayers His book is also full of what Jesus told him. Wold this mean the canon of Scripture is not closed and Braxton's book should be included in Scripture? I found out about Braxton as our church has linked to his testimony, and I was a little uncomfortable with that. He also claims God told him we are all "number one" to God. I'm not even a calvinist, but I think this reeks of man contentedness and stomps on God's sovereignty.