The eternal existence
of ancestors is confirmed as long as their descendants remember and represent them.
99 [pounds sterling]) also studies the beliefs, magic and rituals of eternal existence
and the afterlife in antiquity.
The election of the soul in this God-given capacity is "confirmed in annihilation, the proof on earth that a soul has attained the repose and peace of eternal existence
in the Trinity" (77).
Imagine that in the aftermath of the Big Bang an oxygen atom was spawned and became destined for eternal existence
was the exclusive privilege of atoms and the void, empty space within and between atoms.
And it was this role, they believed, that marked them off from other forms of life as uniquely worthy, thereby giving human lives a special meaning and eternal existence
not shared by other animals or inanimate objects.
People graphically imagined, in minute detail, the suffering of Christ and what it meant to leave an eternal existence
for a mortal, finite one.
This is the self that has an eternal existence
outside of the illusion of time, and in that sense "beyond" not "after" death.
The desire for a successful journey through the night, as a cyclical rebirth, together with the vision of an eternal existence
among the imperishable stars, motivate the inclusion of these texts in the decor of the royal tombs, and their specific placement in relationship to the burial chamber.