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"Everyone should enjoy their life and forget about what might happen next" Do you agree?

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"Everyone should enjoy their life and forget about what might happen next" Do you agree? There are a few reasons to agree with this statement. If you are an atheist and do not believe in any form of god then you must finds this very hard to believe. Most religions promise a life after death for its followers in some shape or form. If you believe religion is one big con then you are hardly likely to believe that what its promising you will actually happen. ...read more.

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It is when you stop using your brains, when brain activity ceases to exist is in my opinion. To think that someone can be resurrected from the dead and their mind work properly again is more science fiction that religion. There are reasons to disagree with this statement. This is that according to the Bible there is a life after death. Jesus says to the good thief who dies with him on the cross "Today you will be with me in paradise" The rest of Christian teaching relies on the principle of life after death, otherwise there is no point in being Christian other than sustaining the moral high ground. ...read more.

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I do admit it would be nice to think that this chance we have at life is the only one we will get, and that when we die we go onto Heaven where we can live in paradise with all of our friends and family. This however I find very hard to believe. It just sounds to good to be true. How can their be a place where we go when we die? When we die our heart stops beating and our brain stops working. I find it even harder to believe that we can be resurrected by God than there is a God at all. Dave Patten 5B RE Coursework ...read more.

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