Superstition or Religion? The Ultimate Afterlife Destination: Heaven

This is HEAVEN from the Last Judgment at Il Duomo di Orvieto Luca Signorelli, Resurrection of the Flesh, 1499-1502, fresco, Chapel of San Brizio, Duomo, Orvieto This is HEAVEN from the Last Judgment at Il Duomo di Orvieto Luca Signorelli, Resurrection of the Flesh, 1499-1502, fresco, Chapel of San Brizio, Duomo, Orvieto

The Roman Catholic Church teaches heaven to be primarily a state of being; a beatific, happy, blissful understanding of God, rather than a place “up there.” It is utter and absolute fulfillment. I liken it to Samadhi, the eighth limb of Yoga or Nirvana in Buddhism. The Catechism of the Catholic Church says, “We shall know the ultimate meaning of the whole work of creation and of the entire economy of salvation and understand the marvelous ways by which [God’s] Providence led everything toward its final end.”

To believe in an afterlife faith is absolutely necessary. No one has gone to purgatory, limbo, heaven, or hell and

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