The present study aims to investigate the relationship between religious beliefs and life satisfaction with death anxiety in the elderly. A number of 120 elderly people were selected as the participants using cluster sampling. Arian’s Religiosity Questionnaire, Satisfaction with Life Scale and Collet – Lester’s Fear of Death Scale were used to collect the data. Pearson correlation formula and multiple regression analysis were run to analyze the data. The results showed a negative correlation between religious beliefs and death anxiety as well as between life satisfaction and death anxiety in the elderly. The results of regression analysis revealed that, from among the predictive variables, life satisfaction was the best predictor of death anxiety.