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Regardless of whether you agree or not, everyone gets a thumbs up. Even secular Sundays should be a day of peace.
The soul was first thought to be the motor that powered life. With subsequent discoveries a mind body duality came into play with the mind and soul being somewhat interchangeable. Finally, we’ve reached the point where we recognize that the mind is at once the product and awareness of the brain and body. The mind is not some ethereal specter somehow located within and without the organism. Life is the closest you will ever come to (supposedly) experiencing God. There is no God in death, death is simply the end of consciousness.

Why would people expect death (the cessation of organic function) to bestow them with the extra sensory perception to experience God firsthand when any sensory perception is only possible via organic function?