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Immortalist
Immortalist Im*mor"tal*ist, n. One who holds the doctrine of the immortality of the soul. [R.] --Jer. Taylor.

Meaning of Mortalist from wikipedia

- Damascus of mortalist views among Arab Christians, In the 1600s also this phrase was applied also to the views of Tyndale, Luther and other mortalists, from...
- depictions of Christ's life avoided by John Milton due to his mortalist views. Mortalist interpretations of the Acts 2 statements of Christ being in Hades...
- external, uncontrollable factors that have shaped our hearts and minds. Mortalists object that, in their view, the Bible does not teach torment of souls...
- are typically also Christian mortalists, Mary is not seen as an intercessor between humankind and Jesus, whom mortalists would consider "asleep", awaiting...
- before the unjust and the just will receive glory that the unjust do not. Mortalists, those Christians who do not believe that humans have immortal souls,...
- science, religion, and the soul in the early Enlightenment. p. 42. For mortalists the Bible did not teach the existence of a separate immaterial or immortal...
- Adventists, Christadelphians, the Bible Students and Jehovah's Witnesses. Mortalist writers, such as Thomas Hobbes in Leviathan, have often argued that the...
- far, generating not only anti-natalism but straightaway also its pro-mortalist neighbour." Persson 2009, p. 38: “negative utilitarianism seems implausible...
- He denounced original sin, denied eternal punishment, and translated a mortalist tract. He condemned the Ranters. He affirmed that the Bible was the Word...
- and the terms "mortalist" and "conditionalist" are often used. Edward Fudge (1982) uses "annihilationist" to refer to the both "mortalists" and "conditionalists"...
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