Which makes sense because when you change from being atheists to Christianity, people would say you have had a change of heart, that results in a different end. The phrase “resulting in a different end” is also critically important to understand what is meant when Finney means “change of heart”. When someone swaps from one religion to another they start to praise the God they switched over to. In the example given above, if someone switches from atheism to Christianity, they would start to praise and glorify the Jesus Christ. This means this person that converted into Christianity gave up sinning of the flesh, and selfishness since he now looks up to the Lord, which can be proven when Finney added, “A change of heart, therefore, is to prefer a different end.
There are also different punishments or rewards for those who follow them. For example, in Christianity, if a person follows the ways of the Lord, they are rewarded with eternal life in heaven, but if they are sinners, then they are sent down to one of the circles of hell. In Hinduism when a person follows their dharma they are rewarded by being born into a higher caste level or a lower one if they are not following the correct path. In addition to this, both religions have some form of repentance. In Christianity, all sinners have a chance to seek forgiveness through purgatory.
There is so much evidence lying around the Earth as we speak. But the real question still remains. Do supernatural beings really exist? I'm here to explain to you why supernatural beings do exist. Religion takes place in almost every home throughout the world.
While the Hindu faith as a whole is unstructured, there are many sects of Hinduism that are structured and follow a strict moral code. Regardless of the sect followers belong to or which of the millions of Hindu gods they pray to, they are all connected in their belief in one Divine Reality and one universal self, known as Brahman (Monk
able consternation within the framework of society's beliefs and knowledge. For the most part, much of mankind has been taught to believe only in the Holy Spirit of God, Jesus Christ, and other envoys. We are told that the Holy Ghost will dwell within us, and by being saved or becoming Christians we will ultimately get to live with God for all eternity after He returns to earth. Our spiritual entity is not fully recognized, and we are told that the spirit of God will dwell within our hearts if we follow His rules, and then we will earn the reward of living eternally after He returns to save those that have followed His law of love. Now is the time for mankind to learn of their immortal spirit, and the fact that the laws of God are to be obeyed
The origins of reincarnation is unclear. Often called transmigration or rebirth, and is part of the Samsara doctrine of Cyclic Existence. This central tenet is a major part of many Indian religions. However this belief is also found in both ancient and modern religions and cultures. Plato himself even held this belief.
It is an event that one makes a choice to believe, and trust that opens the eternal communication between the sinful creation, and the perfect creator, “Are you ready to accept the gift of eternal life that Jesus is offering you right now? Let's review what this commitment involves: (1) I acknowledge I am a sinner in need of a Savior - this is to repent or turn away from sin. (2) I believe in my heart that God raised Jesus from the dead - this is to trust that Jesus paid the full penalty for my sins. (3) I confess Jesus as my Lord and my God - this is to surrender control of my life to Jesus. (4) I receive Jesus as my Savior forever - this is to accept that God has done for me and in me what He promised.
His argument assumes that the titles confer power. This assumption forms a circular argument. The angels have magnificent titles because they are powerful. They have power because they have magnificent titles. This is not the case because the source of their power has its origin in God, not their title.
Christians actually believe in resurrection, life after death, heaven, end of life as we know today, and even hell, where there is a enemy. For years, catholics, believed in purgatory which also, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, ’’ a state after death according to Roman Catholic belief in which the souls of people who die are made pure through suffering before going to heaven”. So in other words, a place where souls can achieve the goodness to enter heaven. Stoics, however, do not have such a good idea of the afterlife. However, one thing that can relate to the afterlife, is that, apparently, Plato believed in reincarnation,
The body may whither and decay within its mummified garb but the soul lived on in the spiritual realm. In this manner they are very similar to most religions of today but with a difference. The complex journey of the soul through the door to everlasting life is fraught with turmoil and trials. Once it conquers all, the soul enters the spiritual realm only to be linked to the physical world of its special tomb and final resting place; which is why Egyptian graves in Giza, Saqqara and beyond hold special artifacts and hieroglyphs; the magic bridge between this world and the one
The existence of an afterlife is wide-ranging and diverse amongst a number of prominent world religions. Many philosophers, religions, and individuals have all asked themselves these same questions at one point or another: ‘Is there a Heaven or a Hell? Where will my body go? Will my soul follow?’ Christianity, Islam and Buddhism respectively express their own beliefs on the existence of an afterlife and the impact of these beliefs on human life, human dignity, and life choices, through the use of sacred texts and teachings. According to various world religions, the afterlife is the concepts of a realm, in which an essential part of an individual 's consciousness continues to exist after death; however, Christianity, Islam and Buddhism present
Buddhism/Hinduism vs. Christianity: Afterlife The concept of afterlife is different for many. Some would say there is a heaven or hell, or some would believe in the concept of reincarnation. The answer varies from different peoples perspective in terms of their religion or personal opinion; yet despite these differences it is agreed that different concepts of afterlife in different religions can have a certain degree of similarity or comparison. Although Buddhism/Hinduism and Christianity are three different religions in terms of where the soul enters in afterlife; they do have many similarities such as a reward and punishment system and second chances to redeem oneself. The three religions both believe