Can Life Be meaningful without an immortal soul

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Philosophy

 

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John F

 

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July 20, 2011

 

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University

 

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This cannot be answered through the accumulation of worldly goods, by claiming allegiance to an institution, or by just existing. To aid man in his quest for self- knowledge, various institutions were created. The most important of all institutions is religion. Religion has given man what he searches for inherently...
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The most important of all institutions is religion. Religion has given man what he searches for inherently. Through religion, man not only asserts that there is indeed meaning to life, but that the meaning to life is tied to God and the immortality of man’s soul. This means that in order for one’s life to truly have meaning, he must believe in the existence of God and believe in an immortal soul...
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