Biblical Trinitarian: Soul Sleep: An Unbiblical Doctrine [Pt. 1]

“Among some advocates of annihilationism there is a belief that the intermediate state between one’s death and resurrection is neither conscious suffering nor conscious bliss/comfort but absolute unconsciousness. The doctrine, referred to as soul-sleep, has appeared throughout church history, as Franz Delitzsch notes:

“…in primitive times some have here and there chanced upon the thought, that the separated soul is in a state of sleep without consciousness, and without sensibility, until God wakens it up at the last day, together with the body.”[1]”


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