From the Remnant Underground... Michael Matt reflects on the recent passing of some people close to him, prompting the question: What exactly happens the moment after the last breath is drawn? What is death? Plus, lessons learned from the life and work of the late John Vennari--the humble crusader who couldn't have cared less about what the world thought of his mission and his life's work.
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