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Using the Bible as its foundation and guide, Man - Here and Hereafter explores whether the dead are conscious, whether the sould is immortal, and the eternal torture of the wicked. This book provides comprehensive coverage of the disputes over theseMoreUsing the Bible as its foundation and guide, Man - Here and Hereafter explores whether the dead are conscious, whether the sould is immortal, and the eternal torture of the wicked. This book provides comprehensive coverage of the disputes over these teachings and attacks controversial subjects such as an eternally burning hell, immortality and the age-old argument of the rich mand and Lazarus. The passage of almost a century has hardly made this book obsolete, since it deals with fundamental issues of Biblical interpretation on the doctrines concerning the state of the dead. Combining biblical statements along with irrefutable arguments, Andreasen decisively destroys the doctrines of the immortality of the soul and eternal troment and builds a solid foundation upon which all Christians can build their beliefs. All people, whether they affirm or deny that men and women have wouls that go to heaven, hell, or purgatory upon death, will find Andreasens book spi! ritually profitable to read. Reprinted from a 1937 original copy of this profound book, this facsimile edition preserves the authenticity of the original, but with a greater availability. Whether you have ever heard about the Biblical teaching concerning conditional immortality or have known it your whole life, you should fine M. L. Anreasens Man - Here and Hereafter spiritually insightful and mentally uplifting. One of the greatest weights seriously committed Christians can bear is their belief in eternal torment. Once you read this book youll be amazed how much anxiety can be lifted off your mind by accepting the belief that immortality can only be found by embracing Christ as Savior. M. L. Andreasen (1876-1962) is probably best known for his protests against church leaders during the last years of his life. A vigorous individual who sometimes pushed the limits of friendly controversy, Andreasen was not content to settle for tradition or hearsay.