I question the sanity of those who think death is the end of existence. To be sane is to be of a sound mind, not mad, or mentally ill, reasonable. What reason would there be to life if this were it? Why would we want to stay in a place full of pain if there was no hope for future existence? (Of course, on the opposite extreme, why are we afraid of death?)
My thoughts aren’t centred on morbidity, really. Just the insanity it is to think that death really is the end. If one believes in Christ one believes in live after death–that’s why Christ came: so we can live again. That’s the whole point! And not only will we live again, but we will live where there is no pain.
Hello! Purpose brings sanity. It is reasonable to exist for a purpose. It is not reasonable to think that somehow life could suddenly pop into being (because no matter how many little evolutionary steps you break it down into, life still has to come; and life doesn’t come without God)–scientifically, philosophically, or otherwise.
So to believe that life just appeared with no prior thought on a random chance is insanity. And to follow that track and use it for the “proving” there is no purpose to life and obviously there cannot be an afterlife, is just ludicrous.
Christ lived. He died. He is now living because He was resurrected. And we will all be resurrected, too. “For as in Adam all die, so in Christ shall all be made alive.”
Use your brain, be sane.