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There aren't non-biblical references about Jesus's resurrection.


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While I realize is an old question, and that you have probably already settled on an answer or moved on to more pressing questions; but when I read it and I felt compelled to give you an answer. As a Southern Baptist, I believe that the holy Bible is the inerrant word of God. And that all of the answers to any of our questions are in his word. Some of ...


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I believe it is that some of the worst offenders didn't get a painful enough death. There are plenty of people on earth that subject many to torture and then die in their sleep. Adolf Hitler organised the torture of many Jews and then shot himself - relatively painless compared to what he had inflicted at Auschwitz. Such villains may spend several hours ...


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The mindset of Unity seems to be that it's not important whether Jesus physically resurrected or not. Just as a lot of Christians don't really care whether Jesus spoke of an actual beggar named Lazarus or simply made up a parable, Unity regards Jesus' victory over death as an example for us and having no other benefit, therefore they don't care about the ...


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The concept of spending eternity in a human body, is a takeoff on the Resurrection body. The resurrection body is a basic precept of the Christian religion based on the fact that Jesus resurrected in a human type of body. All scripture is quoted from the King James Translation unless otherwise noted. John 20:19 and 20 Then the same day at evening, ...


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While the Wikipedia article mentions that there are no creeds or dogma w/in Unity, I have found by practical experience that this is not the case (by attending a service). A list of creeds may be found on any of the church's sites, such as Unity Hills: Jesus Christ - Jesus is a master teacher of universal truths and the Way-Shower in Unity ...



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