The Abrahamic Religions View On The Afterlife Summary
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The Abrahamic religions view on the Afterlife.
The 3 main Abrahamic religions are Islam, Judaism and Christianity. Why they are called the Abrahamic religions is because they all share the patriarch Abraham in their lineage, having said that his role differ in the 3 religions, but Christianity and Judaism are very similar, or if not the same..( in regards to the old testament.).
Above is a picture of Father Abraham receiving instructions from God’s angels…
Picture 14986202 Judaism is the foundational faith that led to both Christianity and Islam. Actually the Torah is what is known as the Old Testament in the Christians bible. Also the Quran has references to both the old and New Testament, but some of the stories do differ in concept.
In Judaism, it is believed that nothing happens to the Soul when we die, and that the Souls will be resurrected when God decides it’s time.
Death in this religion does mean separation of soul and body, and the soul goes to the Spirit world. According to the Book of Daniel, which is part of the Torah, it states in verse 12.2 ‘’And many of them that sleep in the dust of the earth shall awake, some to everlasting life, and some to shame and everlasting contempt. Basically they believe the soul is going to sleep until judgement day.
• Young boy and other people praying in front of the Wailing Wall Jerusalem Israel. (Judaism religion).