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Purgatory (Roman Catholic). Traditional theology holds that unrepentant sinners go to hell after this life, while the redeemed go either to heaven or to a middle stage called purgatory. . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Purgatory (Roman Catholic)

Traditional theology holds that unrepentant sinners go to hell after this life, while the redeemed go either to heaven or to a middle stage called purgatory.

In what ways do Christians understand Judgement? 6KU Explain the impact of belief in Judgement on the lives of Christians 6AETemporal punishment and eternal punishment are incurred by mortal sin, but eternal punishment is remitted by the sacrament of reconciliation (known also as the sacrament of penance or confession). The remaining temporal punishment may be remitted by sufferings in this life, indulgences, or time after death in Purgatory.

Imagine you are standing in front of God on Judgment Day, in reference to your beliefs and actions in life, what might your conversation be like?The Last Day (The day of Judgement)

Some Christians believe that one day Jesus will return to earth.The dead will all stand before God in Judgement.Those who have accepted Jesus as their saviour will go to heaven.The rest?

HeavenChristians have different views about heaven.Some say, God loves us so everyone will go to heavenThis is called universalism all will eventually be saved.

HeavenChristians have different views about heaven.Others say, only Christians go to heaven, because everyone has sinned and they are the only ones who have repented and accepted Jesus.

HeavenChristians have different views about heaven.Others say, Good people will go to heaven.PurgatoryRoman Catholics believe in a middle place between Heaven and Hell called Purgatory.In purgatory you pay for your sins.This means that Roman Catholics will sometimes pray

for dead people to help them to get into heaven.

PurgatoryHellHell is a place of everlasting suffering. Some Christians believe that all who havent accepted Jesus will burn there for eternity.

Others might believe that a loving God could never send someone to such a place.Click here for more on HellAnnihilation Some Christians think that if you die without turning to Christ you are simply destroyed. You pass into oblivion either at death or Judgment Day.They think this is more loving than being sent to Hell.

Salvation

Some Fundamentalist Christians believe that when some people die they will be sent to Hell to face eternal fiery punishment.

Ideas of Hell may have originated in 3 placesSome Fundamentalist Christians believe that when some people die they will be sent to Hell to face eternal fiery punishment.

Sheol, the Hebrew word which simply refers to the state you are in after you die. Some Fundamentalist Christians believe that when some people die they will be sent to Hell to face eternal fiery punishment. Ideas of Hell may have originated in 3 places

Hades, the Greek underworld ruled by the god Hades.Some Fundamentalist Christians believe that when some people die they will be sent to Hell to face eternal fiery punishment. Ideas of Hell may have originated in 3 placesSheol, the Hebrew word which simply refers to the state you are in after you die.

Hades, the Greek underworld ruled by the god Hades.Some Fundamentalist Christians believe that when some people die they will be sent to Hell to face eternal fiery punishment. Ideas of Hell may have originated in 3 placesSheol, the Hebrew word which simply refers to the state you are in after you die.

Gehenna, the fiery valley where rubbish burnt all the time, in the time of Jesus.

Hades, the Greek underworld ruled by the god Hades.Some Fundamentalist Christians believe that when some people die they will be sent to Hell to face eternal fiery punishment. Ideas of Hell may have originated in 3 placesSheol, the Hebrew word which simply refers to the state you are in after you die.

Gehenna, the fiery valley where rubbish burnt all the time, in the time of Jesus.Some people find the idea of Hell hard to justify.

Hades, the Greek underworld ruled by the god Hades.Some Fundamentalist Christians believe that when some people die they will be sent to Hell to face eternal fiery punishment. Ideas of Hell may have originated in 3 placesSheol, the Hebrew word which simply refers to the state you are in after you die.

Gehenna, the fiery valley where rubbish burnt all the time, in the time of Jesus.Some people find the idea of Hell hard to justify.If God is loving then, why would he want someone to suffer forever?

Hades, the Greek underworld ruled by the god Hades.Some Fundamentalist Christians believe that when some people die they will be sent to Hell to face eternal fiery punishment. Ideas of Hell may have originated in 3 placesSheol, the Hebrew word which simply refers to the state you are in after you die.

Gehenna, the fiery valley where rubbish burnt all the time, in the time of Jesus.Some people find the idea of Hell hard to justify. If God is loving then, why would he want someone to suffer forever?If God has all power then surely this means he made some people knowing they would spend eternity in Hell.

Hades, the Greek underworld ruled by the god Hades.Some Fundamentalist Christians believe that when some people die they will be sent to Hell to face eternal fiery punishment. Ideas of Hell may have originated in 3 placesSheol, the Hebrew word which simply refers to the state you are in after you die.

Gehenna, the fiery valley where rubbish burnt all the time, in the time of Jesus.Some people find the idea of Hell hard to justify. If God is loving then, why would he want someone to suffer forever? If God has all power then surely this means he made some people knowing they would spend eternity in Hell.

How does Hell meet the Aims of Punishment?

Hades, the Greek underworld ruled by the god Hades.Some Fundamentalist Christians believe that when some people die they will be sent to Hell to face eternal fiery punishment. Ideas of Hell may have originated in 3 placesSheol, the Hebrew word which simply refers to the state you are in after you die.

Gehenna, the fiery valley where rubbish burnt all the time, in the time of Jesus.Some people find the idea of Hell hard to justify. If God is loving then, why would he want someone to suffer forever? If God has all power than surely this means he made some people knowing they would spend eternity in Hell.

How does Hell meet the Aims of Punishment?Deterrent?Reform?Protection?Retribution?

Hades, the Greek underworld ruled by the god Hades.Some Fundamentalist Christians believe that when some people die they will be sent to Hell to face eternal fiery punishment. Ideas of Hell may have originated in 3 placesSheol, the Hebrew word which simply refers to the state you are in after you die.

Gehenna, the fiery valley where rubbish burnt all the time, in the time of Jesus.Some people find the idea of Hell hard to justify. If God is loving then, why would he want someone to suffer forever? If God has all power than surely this means he made some people knowing they would spend eternity in Hell.

How does Hell meet the Aims of Punishment?Deterrent?Reform?Protection?Retribution?I thinkSalvation what is it again?..being saved from the consequences of sin by the death and resurrection of Jesus.

Jesus Saves

Jesus died for our sins

Jesus came to take our sins away

Jesus showed us the way to escape sin

Jesus died to rescue us from sin

Jesus paid the price of sinSalvation what are the issues?Who is saved?Everyone (universalism)? If so, what about murderers, etc.?Only those who trust Jesus? If so, what about young children, people from other religions, people who have never heard of Jesus?Those who do good works? If so, how many good works do they need to do?

Different views on relative importance of faith, works, sacramentsIn what ways do Christians understand Judgement? 6KU Marking Instructions: It is important to note that candidates are not required to write six different points in this answer. Credit should be given where candidates have expanded upon the points they have made.

Examples of areas covered: Called to account for actions after death Result of disobedience God is just and applies his judgement to all Teachings of Jesus Links to the afterlife. Explain the impact of belief in Judgement on the lives of Christians 6AEMarking Instructions: Candidates should not receive marks for KU used in question 2(a). Candidates are not expected to write six separate points but may do so if they wish. As a general guide candidates may write 2-3 points with varying depths for each. Where new KU is introduced and used to make an AE point a mark should be awarded.

Examples of areas covered: Motivation to live a moral life Motivation to proselytize tell others Motivation to seek salvation Love of God Follow example of Christ Take the sacraments. - Baptism /communion