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Do you believe in life after death or what is called the the afterlife?
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I am a Muslim and as a Muslim, we have faith in life after death.

Muslims believe that the present life is a trial in preparation for the next realm of existence.

All the Prophets of God called their people to worship God and to believe in life after death. They laid so much emphasis on the belief in life after death that even a slight doubt in it meant denying God and made all other beliefs meaningless.

Answer to this question his given by the Holy Book Quran:- And he (i.e. man) presents for Us an example (i.e. attempting to establish the finality of death) and forgets his [own] creation. He says, “Who will give life to bones while they are disintegrated?” Say, “He will give them life who produced them the first time; and He is, of all creation, Knowing.” [It is] He who made for you from the green tree, fire, and then from it you ignite. Is not He who created the heavens and the earth Able to create the likes of them? Yes, [it is so]; and He is the Knowing Creator. (Quran, 36:78-81)

On another occasion, the Quran very clearly says that the disbelievers have no sound basis for their denial of life after death. It is based on pure conjecture: And they say, “There is not but our worldly life; we die and live (i.e. some people die and others live, replacing them) and nothing destroys us except time.” And they have of that no knowledge; they are only assuming. And when Our verses are recited to them as clear evidences, their argument is only that they say, “Bring [back] our forefathers, if you should be truthful.” Say, “God causes you to live, then causes you to die; then He will assemble you for the Day of Resurrection, about which there is no doubt,” but most of the people do not know. (Quran, 45:24-26)

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As a man advances in Scientology they come to find themselves as a soul that is separable from and separate from a body. Numerous additionally come to understand that this soul is everlasting.

With that acknowledgment frequently comes the assurance that that soul has lived the same number of individual characters before and will so proceed later on.

So in spite everything being equal, a man isn't just "Bill Jones, conceived in 1975 from Toledo". That is their body, not really them. The shock is the point at which the group of "Bill Jones" is covered the soul proceeds.

The basic point about this is it is anything but a "creed" but instead something that every individual finds or not amid their advancement through Scientology. It is anything but a drill or conviction however an individual revelation that happens.

As a last fascinating point, Scientology finances worldwide generous projects for criminal recovery, sedate counteractive action, Study Technology, mental maltreatment avoidance, cataclysmic event help, and human rights advancement.

One explanation behind this is Scientologists trust that whatever the condition of the world is currently it will be the world that THEY will acquire sooner or later. Along these lines it bodes well to assume liability for it.

Attempt that point of view on for size. Intriguing would it say it isn't?

You can get some answers concerning every one of these projects and the impacts they are having worldwide here:

Worldwide Social Betterment and Humanitarian Programs Supported by the Church of Scientology

Here's more data about the soul (the genuine individual) and the body:

Does Scientology trust one can exist outside of the body?

Obviously this idea isn't new or one of a kind to Scientology. It's the conviction of presumably most of the general population on the planet.

The thought at times jabs it's head up in melodies, plays and motion pictures. Here's an extraordinary precedent that is very delegate of this way to deal with presence:

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Yes of course,I believe in life after death as a Christian that I am.

Talking from a Christian point of view or should I say as a Christian there is life after death according to the Bible.

It's clearly stated in the Bible that there is another life after this one and that life is for those who received Jesus Christ into their lives as Lord and personal saviour.

The Bible has made me to understand that God intend for man to live forever when he created the first man Adam,but after the fall of Adam,he had to redeem man from satans clutch through Jesus Christ coming to die for humanity and paying the ultimate price .

Now this world will pass away and a new world will begin where Jesus will reign as king over the world and those who received his sacrifice now on earth and believe what he did will receive eternal life and this life is for eternity and those are the ones who will live this afterlife but those who rejected christ will be doom for eternity.

Here is one scripture from the Bible that talks about eternity;

John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. 3:17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. 3:18 He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.

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Nope. I think once I die I am just worm food. I have requested to be cremated though. I find the cost of funerals to be way to much and do not want to burden my family with that. 

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Yes I do. 

I believe that we visit earth more than once and we have to learn things. I think our soul has to get to a certain level and that is done by revisiting. You can see it in certain people who are just wiser than others.

Some people may come back to learn patience or how to love but there are lessons to be learnt. I am by no means highly religious but I do believe in a super being of sorts.

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I do solidly have faith in life after death. Every single one of us will be raised once more. we should give our report the great and not very great.

The reward of the individuals who did not regard the kindred people is great and unending in the following life. The reward of the individuals who were not all that great with the kindred people will be not very great.

That is the individuals who want to, be uncalled for and onerous to the kindred people in this world, as though they don't need to be given record of their doing in this world, meet an awful result.

They don't simply have a decent time harming other people and that is it, no, they will be given what they have earned.

This encourages me as a matter of first importance to keep my conduct better with the kindred individuals as I probably am aware I have give a record to the CREATOR of this sky and EARTH upon the arrival of Judgment, after I am raised again after my passing.

It additionally encourages me keep my cool, when somebody has been vile to me, that that somebody will confront the Maker and will get rebuffed, he will not escape with his/her foul play, regardless of whether it be towards me as an individual or one in number country doing opppressive conduct over the other weaker country or countries, the leader of the harsh country will pay completely upon the arrival of judgment.

It resembles Birth and ReBirth is the same as water changing over to vapor, at that point returning as water once more. This is the cycle of life and demise, Creation and ReCreation.

There is no decimation of Matter, it just changes its shape. I may give off an impression of being dead, much the same as water has all the earmarks of being altogether gone as vapor, yet returns to its unique shape, same thing with me, I don't know how, yet I know I will get reproduced.

Much the same as at some point back, no one knew the water cycle, they just estimated Gods and so on and so on . No body realized that the water in the ground vaporizes and gathers to mists and afterward returns as rain water once more. There isn't a particle that gets lost. Lovely, is'nt it. I suspect as much

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I believe that life after death will occur which is when the person will receive judgement on the judgement day And know their fate whether they will spend the remaining life in heaven or hell...

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No, I do not. An afterlife is just too illogical for me be believe in. 

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The majority of the appropriate responses underneath/above are great ones, endeavoring to clarify something.

The possibility of 'conviction' is something that is completely connected with a religion on the grounds that such an extensive amount each religion depends on 'conviction'. They accept there is a paradise, in spite of the fact that aside from a couple of splendid lights and unusual encounters at close demise times do they get the chance to see anything about it.

Many, if not all Scientologists amid their inspecting (handling) background a memory of a past life. Generally it is related with a snapshot of injury or extraordinary feeling. It's sort of like a great many people can recall and will educate you promptly regarding any pile up they have had. Be that as it may, they can happen on occasion that by all clarification are not amid this lifetime. The consequence of this in reviewing is that something was related amid that time that has restimulated in this lifetime and it has something to do with an issue at this moment.

On the off chance that you experience enough of these, you may get the possibility that you have been around when those things were going on. That would lead you to feel that perhaps, quite possibly, you have lived previously. With the end goal for that to have occurred, you would have must be reawakened this lifetime. So thus most Scientologists do in actuality imagine that they have lived previously.

Presently, you don't need to 'trust' it, on the off chance that you would prefer not to. It really is no skin off my nose whether you do or don't. On the off chance that you aren't in evaluating, why does it matter? To the extent it changing how you are living at the present time, it may, in the event that you make them lean towards Buddhism or any of alternate frameworks that have the possibility that we have lived previously and will keep on doing as such. In any case, for you to bounce up and say 'goodness I have faith in past lifetimes', so what?

On the off chance that you don't have some need or want to know something, what great does it isn't that right? Perhaps you can answer a Jeopardy question, alongside such a significant number of a greater amount of them that don't generally have any impact on anything. In the event that you will frame some sort of conclusion about Scientologists since they may have that 'conviction', don't trouble. It like such a large number of other 'convictions' that individuals have are extremely simply camouflaged partialities which enable them to isolate others into pockets for feedback or making less of.

I could experience an entire and intensive clarification of the end result for you when you kick the bucket, yet will it have any effect? No. I could experience and spread out a long queue of my past lives and how I got starting with one then onto the next, however would you or would it be a good idea for you to mind? No. Has it done any bravo? Truly. Has it changed a few things about me and how I live? Truly. Has it enabled me to expel a large group of what I consider 'awful' things from my life, such as smoking, drinking, drugs, awful dispositions, low level feelings thus a whole lot more? Truly.

In this way, that is the reason I 'know' I have lived previously. Much the same as I 'probably am aware' where my auto keys are at the present time.

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No, I don't. Life is a biological process and ends in death. What is left is but the memory of the deceased person and even that fades with the passage of time.

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