Afterlife, Reincarnation and Salvation

by on October 17, 2013

One topic I usually don’t talk about is what happens to us when we die. It is a heated debate that is impossible to know the exact answer. In this interview with a Christian radio host I give me answer on what I think happens. This is my opinion based on what the Bible says.

9 comments on “Afterlife, Reincarnation and Salvation

  1. Martha on said:

    Why are Jews so hostile toward Christians? Most Christians stand with Israel, donate boat loads of money for Israel, pray for peace in Israel and are grateful for the word of God given through Israel.

  2. Martha on said:

    We have many versions of the bible and I have felt God is telling me that I need to go back to the beginning and to the original words of God but there doesn’t seem to be any. It appears that Israel or the Jewish people have all kinds of different versions of God’s word too. Why is that? What was wrong with the original scriptures and teachings? I hear there is Kahabala (?) I hear there is now Rabbinic teachings which are not the true teachings in the books of Moses. Why was the Book of Enoch part of the old Testament books, or a well known teaching and yet today it is no longer respected but made into a fairy tale?

    • tlmadmin on said:

      you just need the bible and all the instructions are in the first 5 books. All the other books of the Scriptures are great but the first 5 are the foundation.

  3. Martha on said:

    How accurate is the Authorized King James Version and how why was it altered with freemasonic numerical symbolism? Is the Torah the ultimate and final teaching for every believer? Why does the new Testament say not to argue about what a man eats or what day he worships because each one does it to the glory of God and yet you watch everything you eat. That sounds like law to me. Where does it say only do what you can do. If these are instructions and not laws then you should be able to do them all, shouldn’t you?

    • tlmadmin on said:

      The kings James version is good but there are still some issues with it. There is no perfect version of the scriptures so a good one will be okay. I don’t know anything about the freemasonic thing you asked about. The Torah is the first 5 books of the bible and the foundation of all Scriptures. It doesn’t make sense to read the bible and skip the first 5 books. But many christians do that. You misread your bible. The new testament says to follow the instructions of God. The days to worship and what to ear are part of his instructions. yes we don’t need to argue over it but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t keep them.

  4. Martha on said:

    What are the laws of Noah? I was told that I needed to follow/obey the laws of Noah by a group of people who were extremely hostile very hateful toward me. I just left but as I left I saw that they were mocking me and making jokes about my faith. How could these people be so wicked and yet claim to serve the same God of Love that I do? I cannot imagine being so cruel to someone I didn’t even know. Instead of giving me answers so I could learn, the really put me off for a long time. I read my bible everyday and pray each day. I am so grateful for my salvation, so grateful that God has seen fit to show me my Savior. So many will never know the truth because they are blind but the Lord has given me sight and I want to serve him. I just don’t see all these traditions being executed in the New Testament, in fact the churches were in homes. They separated themselves from the temple sacrifices so I need some answers as you can see 😉

    • tlmadmin on said:

      I do not know the people you met but according to the Bible we should desire to live by the Instructions of God that are found in the first 5 books of the bible starting in Genesis. Moses simply told the people these instructions.

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