What is the purpose of religion? You’ll probably get many different answers to that question, depending on who you’re talking with. However, many religious skeptics claim that religion exists merely as a vehicle for humanity to attempt to explain the unexplainable aspects of life and, ultimately, mollify the masses’ fears about death.
The logical conclusion when deciding that religious thinking is manmade mythology is that death is the absolute end of life; there is no life, no hope, no existence at all beyond the grave. Some people find comfort in this naturalistic point of view, because it releases them from any responsibility toward any god and leaves them to enjoy their lives as they see fit. This line of thinking grew in popularity throughout the 20th century.
This type of skepticism, however, doesn’t stop many people from wondering what, if anything, awaits us on the “other side” of death. Death and the afterlife remain a source of confusion, mystery, and fear for many people.
Is there an afterlife? If so, is it immediate? Is it bodily or spiritual? How is it different than the life we know now? Is everything bigger and better? Do we gain more wisdom? More power? Where does this life take place? When does it occur?
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