It won`t be a person any longer.
What is a person? Is a person, in the Christian view, at least, not a body and soul? The Catholic Church teaches it is. It goes further by saying that the soul and body are an intrinsic natural unit. The soul takes the form of the body (not in the sense of taking on the contours of the body, but that it gives the matter of the body life). The Catechism notes that "in Sacred Scripture the term soul often refers...to the entire human person."
So, the soul is a distinct and unique person. It is a person, i.e. the soul, that eternally gazes at the Beatific Vision or wallows in the abyss of nothingness.
our personality located right now? In the brain. Are we going to keep it after death? No.
Are you basically saying that the intellect and will (which comprise our personality) equals the brain?
What do you think the soul is?
I support the idea of...eternal soul (existed long bevor it started...in this body and will keep...existing after...this body)
But, does the soul have a beginning? If so, from where did it come from?
I'm not sold on the religious, human explanations like heaven or hell...
What would you say are the religious explanations? I think that would make for interesting conversation, BB :)
I'm not sold on the concept of an allmighty god either
Yeah, but you're a thinker, so there's always hope. :) :) Again, the making of interesting conversation: what do you find to be the stumbling blocks to buying the concept of an almighty God?
Nothing is being said about whether you'd actually like the god or heaven.
But, at least from a Catholic perspective (and most mainline Protestant ones), that's not how God or heaven is viewed. It's not so much a matter of personal tastes or preferences, but a view that comes from an understanding that God, in His basic essence, is existence. He's not the Spaghetti Monster in the Sky, but existence itself. We are because He is. In scripture he reveals Himself as I Am. This essence encapsulates other qualities such as perfect love, perfect knowing, perfect order, etc. So, it's not about taste, but about actualization of our purpose, which is to be in perfect loving communion with the Creator.