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This index section presents the list of names, terms and concepts of the early Jewish and Christian traditions. Is there an "otherworld" which, at least sometimes, is in contact with the world(s) we live in? Will we have a place and future in this otherworld after we passed away? And if "yes": What will this future look like? Death is the end of life-the absolute end, at least for life in the way we know it. Therefore, death radically questions any attempt of making sense of human life.

Keywords:Christian tradition; death; Jewish tradition; other world

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