Jehovah's Witnesses, Christadelphians, the Herbert Armstrong-based group of Churches of God (e.g. United Church of God), Seventh-Day Adventists and a number of Messianics all teach the doctrine of soul-sleeping, namely that there is no consciousness after death. They believe that the spirit of man is impersonal, being no more than the breath of Elohim, that at death it returns to Yahweh whilst the physical body disintegrates to dust in the grave. In short, man has no immortal soul or spirit. But is this teaching true? Might it be an old Sadducee false teaching? Find out in the articles in this section.
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