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Afterdeath is a musical group.

  • albums: "Back Words", "Behind Life"

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Google previewA Cry of Absence (2009)

Reflections for the Winter of the Heart by Martin E. Marty

Afterdeath is a winter from which no spring emerges, after which no summer invites. Because the Hebrews of the type who wrote the psalms concentrated ...

Google previewDictionary, Dreams-Signs-Symbols (2014)

The Source Code (The Ultimate Spiritual Guide to Dream Interpretation) by KAYA

Inthe Christian religion, finding ourselvesin paradise afterdeath on Earth is presented asDivine reward for the personwho was righteous and just,and behaved correctly. Itis God's promisetoall of us who walk thepath ofQualities, Virtues, and ...

Google previewEerdmans Dictionary of the Bible (2000)

by David Noel Freedman, Allen C. Myers

ADUMMIM AFTERLIFE, AFTERDEATH an offender, and the biblical laws, where adultery was an offense against God, with mandatory prosecution and a sentence of death, or, in some cases, atonement through a sin offering (Lev. 19: 20-21).

Google previewThe Concise Dictionary of Pastoral Care and Counseling (2010)

by Glenn H. Asquith, Jr.

Medieval theology resolved this problem with the assumption of an "intermediate state," the purgatorium: afterdeath, soulsenter into afireof purificationin orderto be unitedwiththe resurrected bodyon theLastDay. This conceptiondoes, indeed ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Practical Medicine (1860)

Comprising General Pathology, the Nature and Treatment of Diseases ... with Numerous Prescriptions ... a Classification of Diseases ... a Copious Bibliography, with References; and an Appendix of Approved Formulae ... by James Copland

-_- __Iappearances afterdeath -—- by Croton Tiglium ....... 389 -__- complicating phthisis .

Google previewCompanion Encyclopedia of the History of Medicine (2013)

by W. F. Bynum, Roy Porter

Afterdeath, these findings, along with other clinical observations, were systematically correlated with post-mortem appearances. The Paris hospital system, with an estimated 20,000 inmates in 1790, provided the huge numbers of (poor) ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Heaven (2015)

by Miriam Van Scott

Curious abouttheultimate destinyofthe human soul,Cicero concludedthat happiness afterdeath consists in enjoying aREUNION ofloved ones inthenext world.

Google previewCompanion Encyclopedia of Theology (2002)

by Peter Byrne, Leslie Houlden, Rev Prof Leslie Houlden

Second, somehave gone further and suggested that there willbe a'time' afterdeath inwhich the nonChristianmay come tofaith inChrist. Perhaps the boldest andmost carefully spelt out proposal comes from a Roman Catholic theologianwho ...

Google previewChambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D)

by Various

the examination of a body afterdeath.—Also Autop′sia. [Gr.;autos, self, opsis, sight.] Autoptic, al, awtopt′ik , al,adj. seenwith one'sown eyes.—adv.Autopt ′ically. [See Autopsy.] Autoschediasm ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Protestantism (2004)

4-volume set by Hans J. Hillerbrand

Religion is valuableonly as itserves human morality; far from central, life afterdeath is atbest uncertain and prayer is unnecessary. The aristocratic ANTHONY COLLINS (1676¥1729) was the best educated and most sophisticated ofthe ...

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