afterlife http://wrkf.org en For Rabbi, A Just God Without An Afterlife Is 'Inconceivable' http://wrkf.org/post/rabbi-just-god-without-afterlife-inconceivable Millions of Americans believe in the afterlife, and author and scholar Joseph Telushkin is no exception. Thu, 10 Oct 2013 21:12:00 +0000 editor 17322 at http://wrkf.org For Rabbi, A Just God Without An Afterlife Is 'Inconceivable' A Philosopher's 'Afterlife': We May Die, But Others Live On http://wrkf.org/post/philosophers-afterlife-we-may-die-others-live Philosopher Samuel Scheffler doesn't believe in a traditional afterlife — that is, he doesn't think that a spirit or soul survives the body's physical death. But he does believe in another kind of afterlife: Regardless of what we think about our <em>own </em>life after death, Scheffler tells NPR's Robert Siegel, we all trust that <em>others </em>will continue to live after us. Thu, 10 Oct 2013 16:16:05 +0000 NPR Staff 17292 at http://wrkf.org A Philosopher's 'Afterlife': We May Die, But Others Live On To Pastor, Afterlife Is Where We 'Learn To Live Together' http://wrkf.org/post/pastor-afterlife-where-we-learn-live-together A majority of Americans from all walks of life believe in life after death. Yet conversations about the afterlife — from what it might look and feel like to who else one may find there — often remain highly personal ones, shared with family members, clergy or others who share one's faith.<p>To better understand how many Americans conceive of the afterlife, <em>All Things Considered</em> has spoken with leaders from different faith traditions on their views on life after death.<p>First, an evangelical Protestant's perspective. The Rev. Mon, 07 Oct 2013 22:50:00 +0000 editor 17162 at http://wrkf.org To Pastor, Afterlife Is Where We 'Learn To Live Together'