THE WATCHTOWER No. 4 2017 | What Does the Bible Say About Life and Death?
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
Is death part of God’s will for us? The Bible says: “[God] will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more.”
This issue of The Watchtower examines what the Bible says about life and death.
Since opinions as to what happens at death differ widely, is there somewhere we can turn for reliable information?
Does some part of us live on after we die? Do we have an immortal soul? Where are the dead?
How can family members comfort and care for a terminally ill loved one? How can caregivers cope with the emotions they may experience throughout the course of the illness?
Elias Hutter, a 16th-century scholar, published two Bibles in Hebrew that were especially valuable.
What was Jesus’ point when he spoke about the smallest letter of the alphabet?
The concept of a lost earthly paradise is a golden thread running through human history. Can such a paradise ever be regained?
Anxiety appears to be part of the human condition. Can it be relieved?
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The Bible’s answer to this question gives both comfort and hope.