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An Analysis of Religious Afterlife in Different Essays

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1111575, PP. 1-7

Subject Areas: Culture

Keywords: Religion, Afterlife, the Vision of Mirza, Elbert Einstein

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Religion, at least religious inquiry, is something that nearly all humans share in common. It is the human response to the sacred, the holy, the spiritual, or the divine. People have wondered about the meaning of life, how to make the best of it, and what happens after death. There are a number of religions in the world, this essay mainly describes three famous religions of the world Christian, Islam and Buddhism. This essay analyses different masterpieces that describe religions, and the afterlife of various religions are similar. Different types of followers believe that man should work hard and be good so that man can get a better afterlife.

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Hao, R. (2024). An Analysis of Religious Afterlife in Different Essays. Open Access Library Journal, 11, e1575. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1111575.

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