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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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    Lewis uses his Biblical understanding of Heaven to signify that Heaven is immeasurably more important when in comparison to either Earth or Hell. The substance of Heaven is truer and the reality of Heaven much deeper than the temporal substance of Earth. Lewis demonstrates this through his description of Heaven and the corresponding description of Hell. He writes; I had the sense of being in a larger space, perhaps even a larger sort of space, than I had ever known before: as if the sky were…

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    talked about through the ages is the different peoples view of heaven and hell. It is an exciting topic to talk about and discuss with your colleagues. The views of different people may change the outlook on life, and how they live on a day-to-day basis. Heaven is known to have golden gates, streets to walk on and delight every day, but on the other hand Hell is supposed to be an endless pit of fire, destruction, and torture. Dante’s views of Heaven and Hell differ to what the Bible says.…

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    “Louder than sirens, louder than bells, sweeter than heaven, and hotter than hell.” Florence Welch belts out in a beautifully deep voice. In an instant, she’s rendered the ideals of both Heaven and Hell as insignificant, trivial delusions. She’s singing about the way she feels when she’s in love. This human emotion she’s experiencing is so much more remarkable than anything to be experienced in the afterlife. If love is sweeter than heaven, and hotter than hell, then what is there to look…

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    According to the Roman Catholic doctrine, purgatory is a place or a state of mental anguish and suffering inhabited by the souls of sinners who are expiating their sins and so they undergo purification before going to heaven. These souls are waiting as they experience judgement if they can immediately enter the state of heaven or if they are to be destined for hell. Purgatory has been thought of as a physical location by others but some popes believe the opposite. In Greek mythology, Euripides’…

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    Where do we go when we die? Everyone is their own person when their dead. You don ́t have any type of communication with NO ONE at all except God. God created the earth, planets, space,etc. We all human beings, animals, insects, etc was created by the man above. Heaven and Hell is our two decisions that God decides for us to go for eternity. Heaven and Hell was created by God, Heaven for Jesus and Hell for the Devil. There are angels in Heaven that was born in B.C and after christ. Angels such as…

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    through hell, purgatory, and heaven. The Divine Comedy is an allegorical journey that reveals the nature of sin, repentance, and redemption. The story’s protagonist and author, Dante, travels through hell and purgatory under the guidance of the poet Virgil before reaching heaven, so that Dante, as well as the reader may be able to experience the spiritual growth…

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    Many times people question what the list consists of, or what tasks are that we need to accomplish to go to Heaven. God has put us here on this earth for a reason. That being to live the lives He has given us, giving Him all the glory. God wants you to trust and accept Him in your heart. His standards are so high and it would be impossible to reach them. Almost like being a toddler trying to reach for that cookie jar on top of the fridge. God has a plan for each and everyone of us, and if we…

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    The angels symbolize Jesus as the only way to Heaven. As the blood ran from His face, the thunder roared the sky grew dark, and the earth trembled before Jesus died. Why would the earth react and tremble and the atmosphere be moved so violently right before Jesus died? A lot was happening in the spiritual realm while Jesus hang on the cross I believe the demons and devil pondered and murmured while they waited for Jesus spirit to release from his body then took Him to hell in our stead. Jesus…

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    Views on Heaven and Hell According to Christian theology, multiple views of heaven and hell have been explored. Some suggest a metaphorical approach, as others present a more literal perspective of what the Bible says. It is very clear throughout Scripture that there are exclusively two destinations dependent on our faith in God. Knowledge regarding what comes after our earthly lives is essential, so we will be more capable to share with others. God has a well thought out plan for our eternity…

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