The problem with the cover is that the publication bills itself as a news magazine but presents nonfactual beliefs as truths. You can believe in a heaven or multiple heavens of different religions, or other types of afterlife, or reincarnation, or whatever else, but these beliefs are based on folkloric stories, not factual confirmation. That’s why they’re called beliefs: If they were factual, they’d just be facts. I certainly have nothing against religious people, in fact I’ve often defended religious people from unfair attacks, including from each other. Some of the most beautiful events I’ve ever witnessed have taken place in churches. But none of the religious heavens that have been postulated are factual, they’re stories that are believed by some. And these nonfactual beliefs are not factual front page news, it’s just another cheap attempt at newsstand sales by Newsweek.