What happens when I die?

And other questions about heaven, hell and the life to come

What Happens When You Die
Death marks the moment when your vital organs stop working to keep you alive. The actual moment of death is often just one part of a more involved process (dying) where your body slowly shuts down. Knowing what to expect before death, at the moment of death and even afterward can help you face the experience when the time comes.

Outlining the Christian view of the afterlife clearly and simply from the Bible

Part of the series.


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We all have questions about death. Despite the strong assurance the Bible gives us about life beyond the grave, Christians are often troubled by other questions. What will happen on the day of judgment? Will we have bodies in heaven? Will there be rewards?

Marcus Nodder brings clarity to an area where many Christians are confused, and shows that there is much that we can say for sure from the Bible. Highly accessible and suitable for all Christians.

Part of the Questions Christians Ask series: a range of short, simple books designed to help Christians understand what God has said about these questions and many more in the Bible.


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  1. Introduction
  2. Why is death a problem?
  3. How can I be sure?
  4. What will happen to my body?
  5. What will it be like to die?
  6. How do we cope with bereavement?
  7. What will life be like in eternity?
  8. Conclusion

Additional information

Weight 0.086 kg
Dimensions 17.53 × 10.92 × 1.27 cm
Book Author/s

Marcus Nodder








About the Author
Marcus Nodder

Marcus Nodder

Marcus Nodder is senior pastor of St Peter's Barge, a floating church in London's Canary Wharf which reaches out to workers in the financial district. He worked in banking before training for Christian ministry at Oak Hill College. He is married to Lina and has four children, and is the author of What happens when I die?
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