Christianity's View Of Heaven

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As Christians believe in the afterlife, it is of the concept of heaven and hell, which in Hinduism is much different. When someone dies, you have the extreme of two option in Christianity. If you die without repenting of sin and following what the Bible says. In Christianity, hell is different as you must be an extreme sinner in the person’s former life and get torture and chastisement from demons. In the Hinduisms’ view of hell, you get the freedom after chastisement and take part in reincarnation. As punishment is a similarity, the results are much different between the two religions.
In similarity to Christianity’s belief of heaven, Hinduism’s belief of Moksha is a symbol of releasing self from the world and being with the supreme God in

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