Death: Chinese, Indian, Muslim and Christian ideas

Death: Chinese, Indian, Muslim and Christian ideas

A teaching resource provided by Mike Stallard.

Resource Description

What happens when we die?
We turn into nothing?
Isn't that rather negative?
Indians do not believe it. Muslims do not believe it. Christians do not believe it.
So what exactly do they believe?
We look, very briefly, at four basic texts. Then they are introduced briefly. Then awkward questions are raised.
The aim of this presentation is to raise questions, not to answer them.
Good teachers will be able to tease out a valuable discussion which could lead to further study and could even arouse interest too.
Maybe some people will go on to read books about each one!

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This would make a really good Secondary School Assembly.

About the Author

Mike Stallard
Mike Stallard
Retired Teacher
Married, four grown up and very successful children of both sexes all over the world each with their own very different take on life, all supporting themselves in a way which I thoroughly enjoy when I visit them in turn. Grandchildren - yup. Fun. Lovely wife. What more could a man want?

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