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He did not receive a living soul; he became one. The New King James Bible states that "man became a living being". According to the Scriptures, only man received life in this way from God. Because of this man is the only living creature to have a soul. Of the many references to soul and spirit in the Bible, never once is either the soul or the spirit declared to be immortal, imperishable or eternal.
Indeed, only God has immortality 1 Timothy ; Adventists teach that the resurrection of the righteous will take place at the second coming of Jesus, at which time they will be restored to life and taken to reside in Heaven. Jehovah's Witnesses believe the word soul nephesh or psykhe as used in the Bible is a person, an animal, or the life a person or animal enjoys.
Hence, the soul is not part of man, but is the whole man—man as a living being. Hence, when a person or animal dies, the soul dies, and death is a state of non-existence, based on Psalms , Ezekiel , and other passages. One group, referenced as "the little flock" of , people, will receive immortality and go to heaven to rule as Kings and Priests with Christ during the thousand years.
As for the rest of humankind, after the final judgment , it is expected that the righteous will receive eternal life and live forever on an Earth turned into a paradise. Those granted immortality in heaven are absolutely immortal and cannot die by any cause. They make a distinction between immortality and eternal life in that humans who have passed the final judgement and were rewarded "eternal life" can still technically lose that life and die if they were ever hypothetically sin at some future point in time, though they do not succumb to disease or old age, due to their living forever still being subject to obedience.
In Latter-day Saint Mormonism theology, the spirit and the body constitute the human soul. Whereas the human body is subject to death on earth, they believe that the spirit never ceases to exist and that one day the spirits and bodies of all mankind will be reunited again.
This doctrine stems from their belief that the resurrection of Jesus Christ grants the universal gift of immortality to every human being. Joseph Smith, Jr. Other Biblical scriptures speak of varying degrees of glory, such as 1 Corinthians : "There are also celestial bodies, and bodies terrestrial: but the glory of the celestial is one, and the glory of the terrestrial is another.
There is one glory of the sun, and another glory of the moon, and another glory of the stars: for one star differeth from another star in glory. The few who do not inherit any degree of glory though they are resurrected reside in a state called outer darkness , which, though not a degree of glory, is often discussed in this context. Only those known as the " Sons of Perdition " are condemned to this state.
The doctrine of conditional immortality states the human soul is naturally mortal, and that immortality is granted by God as a gift. The doctrine is a "significant minority evangelical view" that has "grown within evangelicalism in recent years". Some sects who hold to the doctrine of baptismal regeneration also believe in a third realm called Limbo , which is the final destination of souls who have not been baptised , but who have been innocent of mortal sin.
Souls in Limbo include unbaptised infants and those who lived virtuously but were never exposed to Christianity in their lifetimes.
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Christian Scientists believe that sin brought death, and that death will be overcome with the overcoming of sin. Eternal Life is Now! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: Salvation Christianity.
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Christianity portal. Simply Christian. In heaven, whatever capacity the soul has will be completely filled, fully satisfied. Since the vision is infinite, it can never become dull.
Further, St. Augustine says City of God that the angels participate in God's eternity. Eternity for God is timeless. Things do not just go on and on, He takes in everything in one view, as it were. Similarly the soul in that vision does not just go on and on: it simply is unbelievably fulfilled, happy, satisfied. Augustine said well Confessions : "You have made us for yourself, and restless are our hearts until they rest in you.
When the glorified body at the resurrection is joined to the soul, it too will share in its own way in the reward the person has earned.