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What is the truth the perishable inherit the imperishable? Or will we be resurrected with the same body and flesh? I think the key to this is found in the idea that the exact physical bodies we have now will die. The resurrection bodies we get will still be physical but different. With Jesus as an example of this type of body. 1 John 3:2 Beloved, now ...


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The writer of this letter is not saying that we are false witnesses, he is saying that the Corinthians and other believers don't fully understand what happened when Jesus died and was resurrected. Jesus Himself conquered death, so it isn't so much that Jesus was raised, but that Jesus rose after defeating death. The other thing is that no one saw Him ...


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Read the whole chapter. Earlier in 1st Corinthians 15 the Bible's definitive answer to this question is given. For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received: that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures, and that he appeared ...


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Wikipedia states that most modern scholars thus do not consider the events of Matthew 27:53 to be historical. It cites references to them as "pure novelistic motifs," "these events make more theological than historical sense," "the strength of this part of the narrative is atmosphere, not details." There have been attempts to reconcile this verse with other ...


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Yes, the Saints did resurrect after Jesus and not before Him. It was also asked, " what was the reason for this resurrection?" Some of these Saints of God were listed in Hebrews 11:4-11. The reason for the resurrection was stated in verse 13. These all died in faith, not having received the promise ...... The promise they were to receive was the Baptism ...


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I'd like to add a resurrection to consider. Romans 6 : 4-12. This speakes of the resurrection to newness of life through the Baptism of the Holy Spirit.



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