2. There is no immaterial soul or spirit which continues to exist after the death of the body. They do not believe that Adam possessed a soul. To them he was just a soul and nothing more. Something which an animal has as well.
3. There is no after-life. As there is no immortal soul or spirit which leaves the human body at death so there is no ‘intermediate state’ where the dead retain existence and consciousness awaiting the resurrection. Animals and humans go to the same place. Since animals do not have an after-life then neither do humans.
4. There is no eternal, conscious, punishment of the wicked. If there is no immortal soul or after-life there cannot be a place of conscious, eternal, punishment. The word ‘hell’ only refers to the grave or the final extinction of the wicked. Those who go here cease to exist. They will not experience any suffering in their punishment but will simply by annihilated.
2. Is there no immaterial soul or spirit? Adam did possess a soul. We all are more than a soul. This can be simply proven to be true. The Lord Jesus makes a difference between the soul and the body, Matthew 10:28: And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.
Therefore, you can kill the body without killing the soul. While the body may be killed the soul still exists. Only the Lord can destroy both soul and body. The soul and body must be different parts of our constitution.
3. Is there no after-life? According to Hebrews 9:26 there is: And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment. There are saints who are now conscious in heaven and worship the Lamb in the midst of the throne. There are lost souls who are conscious in hell.
4. Is there no eternal, conscious, punishment of the wicked? There is a place of conscious and eternal, punishment therefore the soul of the wicked does survive eternal death and there is an after-life. As pointed out before death in the Bible does not mean annihilation but rather separation.
As also shown by the verses in the Book of the Revelation this is an unsound and erroneous interpretation as it doesn't agree with the rest of Scripture.