• Death is the end of life for those who don't believe in the afterlife.
  • The end of something is part of it.
  • "Death is a part of life" in the sense that anything living eventually suffers death. It is in that sense an inescapable and unavoidable part of life, something that things without life never experience. Yes, "death is the end of life"...but that has the same semantic problem. It's "of life". It's the end of life. If you were to say "death is the beginning of non-life for a once-living creature" then you can (semantically) separate death from life, but saying "death is the end of life" still puts death squarely in the "part of life" side of things.
    • Shadow Of The Mind
      That makes sense. Thanks
  • Death is not the end of life. Death is only the departure of this life as you enter the life everlasting. Where you spend your next life depends upon what you do in this life. The choices you make. The main choice you must make is your belief in Yeshua Jesus. If you have Yeshua you will enter into the place He has prepared for you. If you reject Him you will go into the place of great anguish and death. The choice is yours. Seek Yeshua and enjoy the wonders He has for you.
    • Shadow Of The Mind
      Bull$hit. Of course death is the end of life. Anyone who believes in coming back from the dead are delusional. Your head must be in the horror movies where zombies belong who are just actors in make up and costumes. When a person is no longer alive, that’s all there is to it. They are gone forever. I was not expecting a religious answer to my question because it’s irrelevant.

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