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CONCEPT OF CONTINUITY

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on 8 June 2015

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Transcript of CONCEPT OF CONTINUITY

The Concept
of
CONTINUITY

CHRISTIANITY
JUDAISM
ISLAM
BUDDHISM
Afterlife? Yes
Location determined by conduct on earth (heaven vs. hell)
Purgatory debatable
Potential forgiveness (for sincere confessions)
Afterlife? Kind of
Focus on present life = little to no dogma on the afterlife
Vague
souls of the righteous could be transported to something heaven-like
reincarnation through many lifetimes
waiting for the messiah to be reincarnated
tormented by personal demons
cease to exist
Personal opinion
Afterlife? Not really
Death = beginning of a period of rest until the day of resurrection when Allah judges the living and the dead (Judgement Day)
Visions
Sufism
"Way of the Pure"
merged theories with Greek, Hindu and Buddhist faiths
Self-judgement
Divine light
Afterlife? Yes, unfortunately (dependent)
Reincarnation, escape the cycle
corporeal life is suffering
Ultimate goal: freeing oneself of desire
No eternal soul
HINDUISM
Afterlife? Yes, unfortunately (dependent)
Core of deeper self, identical to the unchanging godhead (Brahma)
Untouched by variations of time and circumstance, trapped in cycle
corporeal life is suffering
Law of karma
every deed returns in the form of reward or punishment
rebirth: if one dies before reaping the effect of their actions
Escaping the cycle, merging into Brahma
GREEK MYTHOLOGY
Afterlife? Yes
Underworld (run by Hades)
kingdom of the dead
fields: Punishment, Asphodel
Elysium
Isles of the Blessed
Typically painless, uneventful
Fading into nothingness
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