Life is animate being, and once it begins it inexorably leads to death. At least this is the case after the fall of Adam in the Garden of Eden. (Gen. 2:17; 3:1-6) This will not be the case after Jesus' Second Coming. Death is a cessation of life, an irreversible state that is characterized by the cessation of all those processes that sustain life.
Millions of children have died. Should you fear death or of anybody who has died? Do you know what is going to happen when you die Well, nobody living today has come back from death. So, again, what really happens at death? What does the Bible really say?
Almost every religion teaches that there is something after death, a hereafter: heaven, hell (eternal torment), purgatory (a place or state of suffering inhabited by the souls of sinners who are expiating their sins before going to heaven), or Limbo. Other religions believe in rebirth as a different life-form. The atheist and Agnostic say that we cannot know.
Should You Be Afraid of Death or of People Who Have Died? People grow old, get sick, and die. Even some children die. Should you be afraid of death or of anybody who has died? Do you know what happens if we die? Will you ever see your dead loved ones again? “If a man... Continue Reading →
These near-death experiences or out of body experiences have been used to argue that humans have a soul that lives on after a person dies. The simple answer is that these are simply hallucinations when the body and mind are under extreme stress. The same out of body experiences happen when a person is fatigued,... Continue Reading →
In short, it was God’s intention that his first couple, Adam and Eve, were to procreate and cultivate the Garden of Eden until it covered the entire earth, filled with humans worshipping him. Genesis 1:28 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 28 And God blessed them. And God said to them, “Be fruitful and multiply and fill the... Continue Reading →
Death is the end of all functions of life, namely, the opposite of life. (Deut. 30:15, 19) Within Scripture, the same Hebrew words of the Old Testament and Greek words of the New Testament are used with humans, animals, and plants. (Eccles. 3:19; 9:5; John 12:24; Jude 12; Rev. 16:3) However, as we have already... Continue Reading →