How would religious concepts change if all death (except death by accident) were eliminated?
That’s a really stupid question Billie because it wouldn’t make a difference at all, belief in a spiritual sense would still be scrutinised as we live in a dualistic world!
We face death at every moment and still it is part of this dualistic law for those to rightly question and for those that rightly believe, a dualistic world must have an opposite to all thoughts and actions!
If it sounds a bit strong then blame my partner for giving me the hump tonight!
There’s duality for you.
Markbennis. WHAT? I have no idea what you're saying - not one little inkling. Of course religious concepts would change if death were eliminated. Catholics and all Christians who believe in heaven and hell after life would need to re-think their views of morality and judgment to say nothing of fundamentalists who believe they will be rewarded after death with virgins or whatever. Maybe the question is wrong - or maybe it's because I have absolutely no belief in the existence of the soul. If you're talking about duality, it must be based on the concept of a spiritual and physical existence. I exist in my physical body and mind - period. I have no desire for a spiritual existence.
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