When man’s soul departs from his body, that body returns to dust, and all his thoughts and schemes for this earthly life are over.
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- Reasons Why “Christianity Is Not a Religion, It’s a Relationship” Is Unbiblical Nonsense
- Difficult Bible Verses for Protestants
- Sacraments - The Catholic Church has the Answer
- Good Works - The Catholic Church has the Answer
- Man has not got a soul—he is a soul Genesis II., 7, says that man became a living soul
- Are Catholics Christians?
- Man does not possess a soul. He is a soul. The Bible says that God breathed the breath of life into the body, and it became a living soul.
- Prove that a soul does exist in man.
- What indications have you that the soul is immortal?
- The Blessed Eucharist and the Mass - Primer Catechism
- Catholics call their Priest "Father," yet Christ said "Call no man your father upon earth." Matt. XXllL, 9.
- Will you prove the reliability of the Gospels according to the five requirements outlined by yourself to a previous inquirer?
- Biblical Reasons Why Catholics Make Use of Images
- Birth Control - The Catholic Church has the Answer
- Do the words spirit and soul mean the same thing?
- Purgatory - The Catholic Church has the Answer
- Holy Communion - The Catholic Church has the Answer
- What is the nature of your doctrine on purgatory?
- Ecclesiastes III., 19, tells us that the death of man and beasts is equal, and that man hath no pre-eminence over the beast.
- How can you reconcile hell with God's love, justice, and mercy?
- Let us leave these mysterious inner activities of God, and turn to external creatures. How do you view the theories of creation and evolution?
- How to find the Rosary in the Bible
- Would it not be better for thousands of children of physically, mentally, morally, or financially unfit parents never to have been born?
- Your doctrine of immortality supposes consciousness after death. I do not believe it, otherwise the soul would be conscious under chloroform, or when the body is knocked senseless in an accident.
- I deny that Masonry is opposed to the Catholic Church.
- Christ came to give life more abundantly. How does the Church give life to the workers more abundantly?
- The Apostles, Creed, the Athanasian, and the Nicene do not mention transubstantiation. There is no record of such a doctrine until 1564 when Pius IV. put it into his creed. Are we to believe the early Christians, or the doctrine of a thousand years later?
- How can a man be born again?
- Why does the Catholic Church forbid cremation?
- Did not the Jews think that they were asked to eat the very body of Christ? Yet He refuted them by saying that His body would ascend to Heaven and that the flesh profits nothing. Jn. VI., 63-64.