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A Biblical Perspective on Steve Jobs’ Death

Steve Jobs the technology genius, co-founder of Apple and billionaire past on into ETERNITY today surrounded by his loved ones. Jobs -who was suffering from pancreatic cancer for some time – finally lost his battle Wednesday. During Mr. Jobs’ existence – in this brief and temporal life – his career spanned more than three-decades in which he revolutionized the computer industry. Mr. Jobs transformed Silicon Valley into a technology innovational center. Also to his credit Jobs laid the ground work for the computer industry alongside others like Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates. Mr. Jobs played a huge part in transforming the way the world interacts with technology and his Apple products were the most desired by the masses.

The most productive era in Mr. Jobs’ career took place near the end of his life. It was in this period when Job’s brought forth products like the iPod, iPhone and iPad which changed the PC, electronics and digital-media industries. The manner in which Jobs marketed and sold Apple products helped turn Apple into a pop-culture phenomenon.

Buddhism has NO answers or remedies for mankind’s unregenerated state and leaves its followers deceived and living in a subjective relativistic world of delusion which can NEVER answer the realities of time and ETERNITY.

Mr. Jobs practiced the pagan spiritual philosophy of Buddhism , who’s teachings exclude the reality of the required RIGHTEOUS PERFECTION demanded by Almighty God our Creator.(John 3:16-17, Rom. 3:23, 10:4, 1 John 2:2). Buddhism has NO answers or remedies for mankind’s unregenerated state and leaves its followers deceived and living in a subjective relativistic world of delusion which can NEVER answer the realities of time and ETERNITY. If Mr. Jobs…………..

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