jimmyakin.com/wp-content/uploads/soul-sleep-277x300.jpgThere are passages in the Bible that speak of the dead as if they are asleep.
As a result, some Christians have adopted a view known as “soul sleep,” which holds that we are not conscious between our death and resurrection.
This would mean that the intercession of the saints would go out the window.
But are these verses meant to be taken literally?
What evidence do we have?
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