sum wrote:Hello SAM
Have you ever had a general anaesthetic? When you are rendered insensible with no conscious or active mind at all then that is what I believe that death will be like.
"You", as a person, iare purely the product of your brain. When the brain dies "You" die and there is nothing to follow. Oblivion.
You said, "I do not fear death,"manfred wrote:SAM, a) sum I believe is not a Christian. b) you are misrepresenting Christian teaching. The "holy spirit" is not "the soul", but you could say it is Christian teaching that the spiritual life we can experience is related to the effect of the holy spirit.
It's obvious you don't have an answer to my question. As usual you're runner.manfred wrote:I let you find out for yourself.
manfred wrote:If you don;t want to discuss things, don't write comments, SAM. Nobody is trying to trap you. You are already trapped. I am trying to set you free.
Sahih al-Bukhari 3260:
Narrated Abu Hurairah: Allah’s Messenger said, “The (Hell) Fire complained to its Lord saying, ‘O my Lord! My different parts eat up each other.’ So, He allowed it to take two breaths, one in the winter and the other in summer, and this is the reason for the severe heat and the bitter cold you find (in weather).”
You have to hand it to old Mo, he can tell yarns as good as JK Rawling...
I would have enjoyed sitting by the fire side with some tea listening to Mohammed's yarns...
But is a a man rivalling in his story telling the inventors of 1001 nights also a good source for religious inspiration?
Let's just get this straight: there are collections of hadiths which have been declared sahih. You say that some of these hadiths do not reflect the Koran and so are not sahih. So the people declaring those hadiths to be sahih were wrong and you are right? Is that correct? I suspect that if so, some would call you denier of Mohamed and blasphemer.SAM wrote:Sahih hadiths, must be linked to Al-Quran.
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