Afterlife in a sentence as a noun

They mean the same thing, but "passed on" implies a belief in an afterlife.

Wait, you just said you hope there's an afterlife, and so did the GP. Where's the objection?

I don't know about you, but I don't believe in an afterlife, so this is all the time I've got for them.

I think it is too bold a statement to suggest that the idea of an afterlife is rubbish.

" And we all politely stood and then she said how in the afterlife all families will be reunited.

For those who believe in an afterlife: imagine your soul being destroyed instead of living happily ever after.

We have absolutely zero credible evidence of a creator, an afterlife, or Santa Claus.

We Humanists try to behave well without any expectation of rewards or punishments in an afterlife.

A generation later, the grandson says, "If you disobey me, my grandfather will torment you forever in the afterlife.

As I enjoy the afterlife there, knocking back flagons of mead and knocking up wenches, while trading tall tales of valor with the other chosen, there comes a knock at the door.

The tragedy here is that I'm also enough of a scientist to know that the odds of there being any kind of afterlife are vastly against us. So there is probably a group of atheists who, like myself, wish for an afterlife but at the same time know that wishing doesn't make it true.

No belief in an afterlife, but belief that the material world was a thing skin over the supernatural world which actually controlled everything?

It reminds me of the religiously minded folks who latch onto any justification that will reinforce their notions of a glorious afterlife.

Afterlife definitions


life after death

See also: hereafter