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Our free study guide will help you understand what the Bible says happens to your loved ones after they die. It may surprise you, and at the same time, give you peace and encouragement.
To understand death, we must first consider life. Where did life come from? Why are we here? What is our purpose? Are human beings any different from other living things?
Some believe that various scriptures support belief in an immortal soul. Let's consider some of these passages and understand what they really say.
Adjusting to the loss and loneliness caused by death takes time, we need to remember that even this most extreme experience does not separate us or our loved ones from God's plan or His love.
Many have assumed from Paul's words here that he believed that at the moment of his death his consciousness would leave his body to join Christ in heaven. But is this the case?
What happens to those who, simply because of when and where they were born, never had an opportunity to hear of Jesus Christ and God's Word? Are they doomed to eternal torment? What exactly does the Bible teach about hell?
Rather than describing eternal torment of people in hell, from the context we see that this passage is actually describing specific events to take place on earth at the end of this age.
Many interpret one of Jesus' parables to mean that people have immortal souls that go to heaven or hell immediately at death. But does this parable really say that?
In the 160 years that have passed since the publication of Charles Darwin’s book On the Evolution of Species , the theory of Darwinian evolution has dominated science and education. But new explorations in scientific study are exposing more and more flaws in the theory—and indeed showing it is an impossibility! In this issue of Beyond Today magazine, we cover some of the major problems with Darwinian evolution—problems you’ll seldom see discussed elsewhere.