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Acts 7 describes death as sleep, so does that mean that the soul is unconscious after death?

Question:

Why is it Scripture speaks of death as sleep (Acts 7:59-60)? A Seventh-day Adventist friend tells me this means we become unconscious at death and don&#039;t &quot;wake up&quot; until the resurrection of the dead.<br />

Answer:

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