The Mystic Realm of Death

One of the most deceptive doctrines of Babylon is the doctrine of the immortality of the soul. This teaching suggests that humans don't actually die, but instead our souls are merely transferred to a new dimension of living, whether it be purgatory or an immediate afterlife.

This doctrine has permeated the religious world with its false promises and claims. The truth of the matter is that when we die, our souls enter the sleep of death, and will not be resurrected until Christ returns.

Soul immortality is a dangerous doctrine. If we believe in soul immortality, it becomes easy to accept other false ideas such as spiritism, reincarnation, and necromancy.

Soul immortality also offers a false hope, because it allows for multiple chances to qualify for salvation—whether through purgatory, praying to dead saints, or purchasing indulgences for those who have already died. We should not tolerate any of these doctrines or practices because they are all rooted in a false perception of death.

Learn more about the Biblical perspective on death, and some of the false doctrines that have distracted people from the truth:

Death: Understanding the Terminology

Learn the Hebrew words for some of the concepts surrounding death in the Bible.