Life after death

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What was Plato's belief about the soul?
Plato believed in dualism and believed that the soul is the directing force of the body, which is compared to a charioteer, as the soul tries to guide the mind and the body like 2 horses and can exist seperatly.
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What is Aristotle's belief about the soul?
Aristotle compared the soul to a knife and said that you can't take the shrpness of the blade away and if you were to destroy the knife, its sharpness would also be taken away from it.
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What do humanists believe about the soul?
There is no evidence for an afterlife and belief in the afterlife is wishful thinking and is a way to control people's behaviour and give people false hope.
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What secular evidence is there for an afterlife ?
Near death experiences, the paranormal, past-life memories e.ct.
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What is purgatory and which denominations believes in it?
Roman Catholics believe in it and believe its a lace you go to if you commited a minor sin.
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What is original sin?
The first sin commited by Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden.
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What did Jesus do after Adam and Eve commited the original sin?
He banished them from the garden.
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How can you be freed from original sin?
Jesus solved the problem through his sacrafice as he was born without sin, he expiated sin.You can freed of sin if you get baptised.
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What do Roman Catholics believe about the entry requirements for heaven and hell?
Sins can be forgiven by a preist, mortal and venial sins affect if you go to hell or pugatory.Those who have done good deeds wil be accepted into heaven.
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What do protestants believe about the entry requirements for heaven and hell?
You have to have faith "sola fides", God chooses who to save and who to damn, faith should be demonstrated, Evangelical Protestants believe only christians go to heaven.
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Why is the church usually decorated with white flowers and why does the preist wear white?
As its the colour of ressurection and symbolises that Christians believe the dead live on.
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What is a saviour?
A person that helps to achieve salvation or saves them from something.
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What is salvation?
Living eternally with God in a state of perfect bliss.
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What is damnation
An eternal seperation from God and unend torment or hell.
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What is redemption?
The act of being saved from sin, error or evil.
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What is crucifixion?
A slow and painful execution, where the victim is nailed to a wooden cross and left to die.
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What is ressurection?
The rising of the dead.
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