By Stephen T. Davis
Davis examines own extinction, reincarnation, and immortality of the soul. by means of juxtaposing structures of salvation—reincarnation/karma and resurrection/grace—Davis explores the Christian declare that people might be raised from the useless, in addition to the novel Christian assertions of Jesus’ resurrection, ascension, and long-anticipated go back. Davis eventually addresses Christian brooding about heaven, hell, and purgatory.
The philosophical security of Christianity’s center ideals allows Davis to render a cheap solution to the everlasting query of what occurs to us when we die. After We Die is key analyzing for academics and scholars of philosophy, theology, and Bible, in addition to somebody drawn to a reasoned research of historical Christian religion, relatively because it relates to the inevitable finish of every and each human being.
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After We Die: Theology, Philosophy, and the Question of Life After Death by Stephen T. Davis