Cabaret artist Wolfgang Krebs believes in eternal life

“My expectation of death is that I will live forever. That is Christianity’s promise of salvation,” he told the 55-year-old to the “Augsburger Allgemeine” on the occasion of the All Saints holiday. “Because I myself am convinced of the resurrection and believe that we will meet again in another existence on a higher level, I am very calm about the topic.”

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Wolfgang Krebs convinced of the resurrection

Should he not find himself in paradise after death, “then it doesn’t matter, because then I have no more time to think about it.”

On All Saints’ Day (November 1st), Catholics remember their dead. They decorate graves and thus express their confidence that people will be in communion with God after death. Krebs is known as an impersonator of the former CSU bosses Horst Seehofer and Edmund Stoiber, among others.