Resurrection

Mind map of Resurrection: Life After Death

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  • Created by: Najaziz
  • Created on: 16-01-14 19:07
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  • Resurrection
    • What are the issues with an embodied resurrection?
      • What is the purpose of Hell?
      • How are people selected?
      • What about Reincarnation?
      • What is the point of death if we are going to be resurrected again?
      • What is the true point or purpose of the soul?
      • How does this explain near-death experiences?
    • Key Words
      • Purgatory: a state or place where souls are purged or purified before entering heaven
      • Beatific Vision: the immediate sight and vision of God in heaven
    • Judaism
      • Psalms 16:11 + Pslams 23:6
      • Daniel
      • Maccabees
      • Is the swelling of immortal humans physical? Does this mean God has a house?
    • Hick's Replica Theory
      • The disappearance  and  the reappearance of Mr X
        • Mr X dies, then with all his memories, a replica Mr X appears, composed of other material then physical matter. Mr X's Replica finds himself in the resurrection world
        • Mr X has the memory of dying, or what he felt like on his death-bed, and becoming progressively weaker, he loses consciousness.
        • When he awakens, he meets relatives and friends he knows are dead, thus allowing him to reason the he is on the 'other side'
    • The Problem of Evil
      • We lack control on what we are born into
      • If we experience inequalities, poverty and suffering in what we are born into, how can we live a good life properly?
      • If 'self' is an illusion, how can we be rewarded or punished?
  • The Problem of Evil
    • We lack control on what we are born into
    • If we experience inequalities, poverty and suffering in what we are born into, how can we live a good life properly?
    • If 'self' is an illusion, how can we be rewarded or punished?

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