Author's Bias | Interpretation: conservative
1. What happened to the souls of Old Testament Believers when they died?
a. They went to heaven.
b. They went to a temporary place called
c. They went to Hell until Jesus was
d. They stay with the body until Jesus
2. What happens to the souls of non-Christians when they die?
a. They go to purgatory.
b. They go to heaven.
c. They go to Hell.
d. They go to Hades.
e. Both c and d.
3. What happens to the souls of Christians when they die?
What happens to the spirit or soul when people die?
What and Where is Sheol?
The Intermediate State: Purgatory… Does it exist?
The Intermediate State: Soul Sleep… Does it exist?
Understanding 1 Peter 3:18-20… When Jesus was crucified, did He go to Hell?
Series: The Doctrine on Man
Conclusion: You Have Worth
Series: The Doctrine on Man
Death of Man: Intermediate State
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