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Transcript of DEATH
Christians believe there is an afterlife. Although the body dies and is buried or cremated, they believe that their unique soul lives on and is raised to new life by God.
Islam and death
Islam teaches that Allah (God) has full control over all that happens. Nothing can happen unless permitted by Allah.
Nor can a soul die except by Allah’s leave. The term being fixed as by writing.
However, Allah has also given humans free will; people are able to choose between right and wrong, and are responsible for their actions. This life is a preparation for the eternal life to come (Akhirah). Humans have one life and it is up to them how they choose to live it.
Their belief that Jesus rose from the dead three days after his crucifixion (a Roman method of execution) gives Christians hope that if they follow Jesus’ teaching and accept him as their Lord and Saviour, then this new resurrection life awaits them. By being born as a human being (the incarnation), and then dying on the cross, Jesus made this new ‘life after death’ possible for all.
Jesus said, ‘I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies.’