How can you leave religion out of a discussion of God? How are you defining "religion"?
Chrisitanity will be dead in a thousand years or so, if humanity is still alive. You really think Christianity is any different than any other religion that has come and gone? The Romans, Greeks, Aztecs, and other ancient/classical religions have died out as times change.
Tell me what the difference is between Christianity and any other religion that makes it so unique please.
There is no evidence of any kind, sentient or intuitive, that has ever existed to support the claim that our spirit can live without the mass and energy of which it is composed.The God of the Bible will never die. Neither will our spirits. All of us are eternal spirits and spiritual beings do not die as only the flesh can decay.
On the other hand when a spiritual being is separated from his creator that is the true definition of death. The definition of death (decay) that I was referring to in the first sentence is only a precursor of the more real death (separation).
Decay allows us to fear separation so that we can take appropriate action and let God mend the rift between us.
There is no evidence of any kind, sentient or intuitive, that has ever existed to support the claim that our spirit can live without the mass and energy of which it is composed.
Denial of the reality of one's mortality is invalid when projected upon God.
God is material too, just like we are.
So I repeat my question: will God ever die?
And "die" means cease to exist in the physical, and, thus, in the spiritual too.