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    Five Gospel Essentials

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    how they can do good works instead. This expresses the Christian worldview's emphasis on absolute truth and ethics. Those who are forgiven of sins are also able to go to heaven. Embracing Jesus means making a commitment to live in God's kingdom. On earth, this is a state of mind but after death a Christian's soul goes to heaven where it dwells…

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    an event similar to what happened after their children’s deaths happening to Annie, once again. Contrastively, Dante’s and Chris’s journeys are in opposite ways; Dante goes “up” through Inferno and to Paradiso, while Chris’s journey is “down” from “heaven” to “hell,” signifying a difference between the source material and the…

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    Dante and Milton both show hell as where Satan lives, where there is punishment for all of the sinners. In Dante’s and Milton's book they both believe in heaven as a paradise that is wonderful, bright, and that Heaven is on top. The two main characters in both of the books are the same but look different, these characters are God and Satan. Satan is looked at with wings in both of these stories. He has wings because Satan was an angel…

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    In John 13:1-7, the Bible portrays Jesus washing His disciples’ feet, shortly before He was to be crucified on the cross. In this act of kindness, Jesus was demonstrating humility, and that all Christians must be willing to be servants for others. By washing and cleaning the feet of his disciples, He was demonstrating His love for them. Christians should not think they are superior or better than those who do not hold to the same faith, and they are called to lay aside their pride, serve the…

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    for anxiety to prevent NDE or predeath visions. Dr. Morse was able to locate a few cases that dealt with predeath visions, and revealed that patients who have predeath visions are not suffering from the visions but are having beautiful visions of heaven and Jesus according to the cases he…

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    LLEH World: A Short Story

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    to gain all of the glory of a good person, so he will face the same torturement he perpetrated to those angels, for every life he took, which was over 10, he will be above that pit for 1,000 years, then god will decide his soul’s worthiness, either heaven or forever walking the surface of Earth alone, see you collect the souls of people who have hurt others whether physically or mentally. “Why me though, well heaven’s waiting for you, but first you have to collect a minimum of 1,000 souls, For…

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    world, therefore not one human who walks on this earth is free from sin, and our only hope in this world is through our faith in Jesus Christ. The Natural World The natural world was created by God. Genesis 1 gives an account of God creating the heavens and the earth from vast nothingness. He created light, land, water, creatures of land and of sea, and man. Everything we see, clouds, caterpillars, kittens, and crape myrtles, God created them. (Tyndale House Publishers, pages 4-7) In Romans…

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    Chuck Palahniuk’s interesting novel Damned, reimagines common archetypes of hell. Palahniuk gives a more modern view on what it’s like to be trapped in hell. Madison Spencer, the protagonist, after an untimely death is trapped in hell. Throughout the novel she meets famous people and demons from history. Palahniuk’s satire pokes fun at society, while still telling a story of epic proportions. Damned gives various descriptions of hell and the events that transpire down there. Also the book…

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    common to most religions by the beginning of the first century C.E. Heaven, Hell – Hades or an Intermediate State, in most theologies, these places exist outside of ‘normal’ time, i.e. past, present and future can co-exist. Heaven Heaven, or the heavens, is a common religious, cosmological, or transcendent place where beings such as gods, angels, saints, or venerated ancestors are said to originate, be enthroned, or live. Heaven is often described as a "higher place", the holiest place, a…

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    Do We Survive Death?

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    of an immortal soul? Is our spirit different from our soul? Can Rachels’ arguments be biased as he seems to always disagree with any religious beliefs? Is the afterlife considered a miracle? Do our souls stay here on earth or do they go to either heaven or hell? Why would God create too many souls that will go to hell? Do animals also have a soul? If reincarnation exists, can we take an animal body? Is the afterlife considered a miracle? Was Hume questioning about the existence of miracles or…

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