Why do Jehovah Witnesses believe in cremation? Cremation is acceptable to Jehovah’s Witnesses because of the belief that Jehovah has the ability to restore anyone whether they were cremated or buried. The Bible does not state what should be done with the body after death.
What do Jehovah Witness believe when someone dies? Beliefs & Teachings about Death
Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that when a person dies, their existence completely stops. This is because the Bible makes it clear that human beings do not have an immortal soul that survives when the body dies. Witnesses believe that Hell (as traditionally portrayed) does not exist.
Do Jehovah Witnesses get buried or cremated?
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Where do Jehovah Witness go after death? Death is considered a state of non-existence, based on their understanding of Ecclesiastes 9:5: “For the living are conscious that they will die; but as for the dead, they are conscious of nothing at all.” Witnesses believe that the only hope for life after death is in the resurrection, which they say involves re-