Death is vulgarity, paradise of illusion: We now seek eternal life 2

Death is vulgarity, paradise of illusion: We now seek eternal life

We want to live forever, but Jesus also had to die. Image: Headstone

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Death is vulgarity, paradise of illusion: We now seek eternal life

Suppression of death is also not an answer.

The end of life often makes existence in the hell of a country. Because everything that is associated with defect is scary. This fear is reinforced by the fact that death is a constant companion – even if we do not always experience it.

Every crossing of the road, every ride by car and every mountain trip can sprout for the last hour. Or we discover a node in the shower that turns life from side to side upside down.

Viewed in this way, life itself is dread. And evil. We do not even know if a baby with heart damage is born and dies after a few months. Such existential fears lead to religiosity. Communities of faith also promise to overcome death. Not in the valley of a tear-called land – but after death in heaven.

That idea should take a tear from the fear of death. Or at least give comfort. This is a successful model. Or at least before. Thus, all denominations are concerned with the question of transcendence. Models are different and diverse.

Dalekoisto societies primarily deal with the idea of ​​re-birth, with books of religion and monotheistic concepts of salvation preach life after death in the paradise environment. Less denomination and sect publish their own theories or modified ideas.

Jehovah's Witnesses are Favorable

For example, Jehovah's Witnesses also believe in the Bible, but they interpret it in their own ideas. They are convinced that, according to John's announcement, every 12,000 faithful of 12 tribes will go to heaven. Since they believed that over 100 years ago, the end time was over, the quota would be loose enough.

But the Second Coming of Christ is postponed, and the number of believers has increased to millions. They therefore had to resort to the idea of ​​paradise: after the contingent of 144,000 beneficiaries was exhausted, which should find space after the battle at the end of time in the sky, the surplus remains on the earth, which turns into heaven.

Who is right and who is after that? It's like 100,000 different denominations and sects: 99,999 is wrong. And just one hit in the sign: your own.

With ever greater secularization, the new model promotes the market of religions: anti-aging. The whole industry and alternative medicine seek the source of youth or eternal life. Or vice versa: avoiding death. After all, nobody likes to die.

More confidence in science

Many people today believe science, not God. This is still in the back as a reinsurer, but our hope lies primarily in extending the lives we have made to people.

But at what price? From overcrowding. Aging. Explosion of health care costs. Two-grade society. (Only the wealthy can afford the source of youth.)

As far as possible, it is done. Rich people of old, poor people die as they always do. Science will fix it. Religious faith has a lack. Paradise is no alternative, because there is no guarantee.

Life means to become, grow, die. And dying creates space for a new life. From Revival, Paradise or Hell Nature knows nothing.

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