Afterlife

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The notion of an afterlife involves the belief that some aspect of the individual, such as ones mind or soul, continues to exist after death. Christian faiths believe that based on their sins, they will continue to reside in Heaven or Hell. Other religions believe in an afterlife. Currently, there is no proof that an afterlife exists, apart from religious texts, such as the Bible, the Quran and the Torah.

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v · d Buddhism
Buddhist beliefs   Reincarnation · Buddha · Noble Eightfold Path · Afterlife
Tenants and dogma   Three Jewels · Four Noble Truths · Five Aggregates · Karma
Holy texts   Buddhavacana · Pali Canon · Mahāsāṃghika · Chinese Buddhist canon
Buddhist denominations   Mahāyāna · Vajrayāna · Tibetian Buddhism · Theravada · Hinayana
History of Buddhism   First Buddhist council· Second Buddhist council · Modern Buddhism
Buddhist politics   Tibet
v · d Christianity
Christian beliefs   God · Jesus Christ · Moses · Resurrection · Atonement · Creationism · Sin · Afterlife · Other beliefs
Tenets and dogma   Ten Commandments · Dogma · Rituals · Homosexuality
Holy texts   Bible · Old Testament · New Testament · Gospels · Apocrypha · Ninety-Five Theses · Modern biblical translations
Christian denominations   Catholicism · Anglicanism · Lutheranism · Baptist · Evangelical · Pentecostal · Mormonism · Jehovah's Witnesses · Other denominations
History of Christianity   Overview of early Christianity · Overview of middle Christianity · Overview of modern Christianity
Christianity and politics   Dominionism · America as a Christian nation · Australia as a Christian nation · Separation of church and state · Christianity invented secularism · Blue laws · Notable Christian political parties
Christianity and science   Creation science · Intelligent design · Quantum mysticism · Christianity invented science
Christianity and medicine   Christian Science · Jehovah's Witnesses · Abortion · Contraception · Notable cases of medical negligence due to Christian beliefs
Christianity and Education   Teach the controversy · Abstinence-only sex education · Prayer in school · Religious universities · Theological studies · Comparative religion studies
v · d Islam
Islamic beliefs   Allah · Muhammad · Other prophets · Afterlife
Tenants and dogma   jihād · Fatwā · Martyrdom · Graven images · Infidels
Holy texts   Qur'an · Sunnah
Islamic denominations   Sunni · Shia
History of Islam   Islamic golden age · Modern Islam
Islamic politics   Islamic Theocracies · Sharia law
v · d Judaism
Jewish beliefs   Yahweh · Abraham · Moses · Afterlife
Tenants and dogma   Shabbat · Circumcision · Kosher food laws · Bar Mitzphah
Holy texts   Torah · Tankah · Pentateuch
Holidays   Rosh Hashanah · Sukkot · Yom Kippur · Purim · Passover · Chanukkah · Tisha B'Av · Shavu'ot
Jewish denominations   Haredi Judaism · Modern Orthodoxy · Conservative Judaism · Reform Judaism · Humanistic Judaism
History of Judaism   Israelites · Modern Judaism
Jewish politics   Sanhedrin · Mosaic Law
v · d Skepticism
Religion   Afterlife · God · Soul · Angel · Demon · Prayer · Satan · Miracle · Exorcism
Paranormal   Witchcraft · Ghost · Mythical creatures · ESP · Faith healing · Near-death experience · Magic · Spirit
Superstitions   Astrology · Divinitation · Luck · Curse · Prophecy · Palmistry · Charms · Occult · Rain dance
Pseudoscience   Alternate medicine · Reiki · Chiropractic · Homeopathy · Autism-Vaccine debate · Demonology · Angeology
Notable skeptics   Carl Sagan · James Randi · Michael Shermer · Issac Asimov · Richard Dawkins · Harriet A. Hall · Robert T. Carrol
Arguments for the supernatural   You can't prove a negative · You can't prove God doesn't exist · God can't be defined · All the world's religions can't be wrong
Arguments against the supernatural   Outsider test
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