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What are the beliefs of Christianity after death?
Christian beliefs about life after death are based on the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Christians believe that Jesus’ death and resurrection are part of God’s divine plan for humankind. Through his death on the cross, Jesus pays the penalty for mankind’s sin and mankind’s relationship with God is restored.
What religion believes there is no afterlife?
Jehovah’s Witnesses. Jehovah’s Witnesses occasionally use terms such as “afterlife” to refer to any hope for the dead, but they understand Ecclesiastes 9:5 to preclude belief in an immortal soul. Individuals judged by God to be wicked, such as in the Great Flood or at Armageddon, are given no hope of an afterlife.
Do all religions believe in an afterlife?
Nearly all the religions believe in afterlife, reincarnation, heaven and hell, or soul. Religion is a major part of life and death. In fact, the concept of death in different religions differs a lot. For instance, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism have discrete opinions about death and what comes after.
What religions believe in the afterlife?
Answer Wiki. All major religions believe in an afterlife, because God reveals this knowledge through all His Manifestions (Messengers) of God. There is one God, therefore there is only one religion.
How do different religions view the afterlife?
How different religions view the Afterlife. Whilst there are different orthodox Christian beliefs – Catholics, Protestants, the Baptists and other Christians, the core of Christian belief about the afterlife is that there is an afterlife, that conduct on earth – how we behave – will determine where in the afterlife you will eventually end up.
What is the afterlife in most religions?
All the seeds that one has sown throughout his or her lifetime, good or bad, will be harvested in the afterlife. When an individual dies, according to many world religions, the soul is judged or evaluated, then sent to what is perceived as an eternal place – heaven or hell.