End of life

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Which ancient Greek philosopher believed that the soul came from a purer place than Earth, and returned there when the body died - a very similar view to that of Christianity?
Plato
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What is the correct term for the forgiveness a priest gives a confessing Christian?
Absolution
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What is the correct term for the sacrament received by dying Roman Catholics?
The Anointing of the Sick:The dying are anointed with the Oil of Unction by a minister, as part of the process of preparing them for death.
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I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die. Usually the reading at the opening of a funeral service, to whom is this quotation attributed?
The quotation is from John 11:25b-26a. Jesus spoke these words after raising Lazarus from the dead.
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What, according to Christian belief, is the most commonly held view of death?
Death is something not to be feared, as it indicates the beginning of a new life in Heaven
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What definition best fits the Latin words "imago dei"?
Humans are made in the spiritual image of God
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What is the name for the eternal and direct view of God that gives Christians complete happiness upon their ascension into Heaven?
The Beatific Vision
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Why do some Christian groups not allow cremation and insist on burial?
They believe they will enter Heaven in their physical bodies, which cremation would destroy
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How many humans, according to Christianity, have an immortal soul?
All humans
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Christians believe their soul helps them tell right from wrong. What is the word atheists and agnostics use for their moral compass?
Conscience
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What is the correct term for the judgement passed upon every soul upon a death, to decide whether the soul will go to Heaven, Purgatory, or Hell, according to Roman Catholic teaching?
Particular Judgement
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According to Christianity, what did Eve introduce into the world when she plucked the fruit from the tree in the Garden of Eden?
Original sin
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To whom are a Christian's sins confessed in the Sacrament of Reconciliation?
A priest
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Why did Jesus willingly accept death by crucifixion?
He wished to atone for Adam and Eve's original sin so that mankind might be forgiven
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What is a particularly important aspect that Christians believed they will be judged on after death?
The concern and regard they held for others
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How many people, according to the Roman Catholic Church, are ready to go to Heaven when they die?
Although the vast majority of Christians lead good lives, they are still not entirely free from sin according to God's judgement. Nearly all Christian souls must be fully cleansed in Purgatory before ascending into Heaven.
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