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Rather, as we want to reaffirm in conclusion, they provide strong grounds for hope that God will save infants when we have not been able to do for them what we would have wished to do, namely, to baptize them into the faith and life of the Church. Pope Benedict XVI authorized publication of this document, indicating that he considers it consistent with the Church's teaching, though it is not an official expression of that teaching.
In fact, the document explicitly states that "the theory of limbo , understood as a state which includes the souls of infants who die subject to original sin and without baptism, and who, therefore, neither merit the beatific vision, nor yet are subjected to any punishment, because they are not guilty of any personal sin. This theory, elaborated by theologians beginning in the Middle Ages, never entered into the dogmatic definitions of the Magisterium.
Still, that same Magisterium did at times mention the theory in its ordinary teaching up until the Second Vatican Council. It remains therefore a possible theological hypothesis" second preliminary paragraph ; and in paragraph 41 it repeats that the theory of Limbo "remains a possible theological opinion". The document thus allows the hypothesis of a limbo of infants to be held as one of the existing theories about the fate of children who die without being baptised, a question on which there is "no explicit answer" from Scripture or tradition.
At any rate, these theories are not the official teaching of the Catholic Church, but are only opinions that the Church does not condemn, permitting them to be held by its members, just as is the theory of possible salvation for infants dying without baptism. Neither the Eastern Orthodox Church nor Protestantism accepts the concept of a limbo of infants;  but, while not using the expression "Limbo of the Patriarchs", the Eastern Orthodox Church lays much stress on the resurrected Christ's action of liberating Adam and Eve and other righteous figures of the Old Testament , such as Abraham and David , from Hades see Harrowing of Hell.
Some Protestants have a similar understanding of those who died as believers prior to the crucifixion of Jesus residing in a place that is not Heaven, but not Hell. The doctrine holds that Hades has two "compartments", one an unnamed place of torment, the other named Abraham's Bosom. Luke — speaks of a chasm fixed between the two which cannot be crossed. Those in the unnamed "compartment" have no hope, and will ultimately be consigned to hell. Those in Abraham's bosom are those of whom it is written of Jesus, "When He ascended on high, He led captive a host of captives These individuals, the captives, now reside with God in Heaven.
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Both "Compartments" still exist, but Abraham's Bosom is now empty, while the other chamber is not, according to this doctrine. Mormons teach that "all who have died without a knowledge of [the] gospel, who would have received it if they had been permitted to tarry, shall be heirs of the celestial kingdom of God. The Zoroastrian concept of hamistagan is similar to limbo. Hamistagan is a neutral state in which a soul that was neither good nor evil awaits Judgment Day. In Islam , which denies the existence of original sin in totality, the concept of Limbo exists as Barzakh , the state that exists after death, prior to the day of resurrection.
During this period sinners are punished and the adequately purified rest in comfort. Children however are exempt from this stage, as they are regarded as innocent and are automatically classed as Muslims despite religious upbringing. After death they go directly to Heaven, where they are cared for by Abraham. In Classical Greek Mythology , the section of Hades known as the Fields of Asphodel were a realm much resembling Limbo, to which the vast majority of people who were held to have deserved neither the Elysian Fields Heaven nor Tartarus Hell were consigned for eternity.
It is an intermediate state in which the recently deceased experiences various phenomena before being reborn in another state, including heaven or hell. This is likened to a person intoxicated who must spend a certain period of time before becoming sober. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the theological concept.
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The name "Gehenna" itself is explained to mean that unchastity will lead to Gehenna ; 'Er. Zarah 18b; Ned. Abridged course of religious instruction, apologetic, dogmatic, and moral: for the use of Catholic colleges and schools. Cornell University Press. Seven Last Words. Thomas and His Interpreters. Waterworth ed. Klee , or suffering and death of the child as quasi-Sacrament baptism of suffering—H. Schell , are indeed possible, but their actuality cannot be proved from Revelation.
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During Inception , limbo takes on the appearance of an endless ocean. Under the influence of Dom and Mal, an enormous and elaborate city was built, though it has been abandoned and is decaying since Cobb's last appearance to the city. Limbo can be entered by traveling deeper through the dream levels. The only reason this is possible is because, as Yusuf establishes earlier, the team cannot create more than three stable levels of dreams. Therefore, sleeping in Level 3 results is a sleeper dreaming themselves into Limbo. It should also be noted that manually entering Limbo allows a sleeper to retain the knowledge that they are dreaming, making it easier to avoid becoming 'lost' in Limbo.
At some unspecified point in time before the Fischer inception job began, Cobb and Mal were performing experiments to see how deep they could travel within their minds. Eventually they manually dreamt themselves into Limbo.
Here they were able to create a perfect environment together and "feel like gods". Eventually, the couple began to build from their memories, making the distinction between reality and dream more difficult to distinguish.
Over time, Cobb became dissatisfied with Limbo because he knew that it was not real, while Mal was beginning to accept it as her reality, as she saw Limbo as a paradise. Mal would not accept that she was asleep, so Cobb was forced to perform Inception on her, planting the idea in her mind that her world was not real. At this point Mal was filled with enough doubt to allow her and Cobb to kill themselves on train tracks in order to wake up. After waking, the idea Cobb planted in her mind was still growing and Mal still believed she was dreaming.
Eventually, she committed suicide in an attempt to "wake up". The guilt of knowing that his Inception caused her to kill herself continues to haunt Cobb. The time scale in limbo is stretched out to a much higher extent than in dreams since it is not a dream level, but a separate plane. Very few people have experimented and gone into limbo due to its risks. As a result of the extreme time dilation in the plane, people in limbo can experience years in a minimal amount of time. The resulting effect on the mental state can be difficult to overcome upon waking, as the years experienced in limbo can result in the dreamer believing that what they have experienced is actual reality.
It is implied that dying in Limbo will allow the dreamer awaken in reality again.