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The body is needed for judgement i believe it will be a different body. A body that when it face death the soul still remains. And so the fire does not turn it into Ash as if it were green wood in a fire


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Why would Jesus go to such length to prove that He resurrected in the flesh? Resurrection in the Spirit would Not have been victory over death...(the penalty of sin) thus meaning that Satan had triumphed .... Jesus then surely died in vain to EXCEMPT man from the death sentence. In Revelation it speaks of the Ancient of days.. A spirit does not age. "See My ...


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Early on, the Church fought against a heresy known as Docetism. Docetism taught that Jesus only appeared to look like a man, but in reality was not. Any teaching that denied the existence of Jesus' resurrected body not functioning as a normal, human body, is thus technically heretical in Nicene formulation. For this reason, the Chalcedonian Creed states ...


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Some of the questions asked, at least to my knowledge, are unanswerable as we are not told. The closest one that could be answered is the one about the sea, as we are told it is no more in Revelation 21:1 Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth. The former heaven and the former earth had passed away, and the sea was no more. As far as everything else ...


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Although I am somewhat hazy about whether or not the question fits into the scope of this site or not, I will give what I know from my studies, and you may feel free to use them as they apply to your question. There are two basic facts that must be considered here. all other arguments aside, we are absolutely sure that Jesus was a human just as any of ...


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Oh man this is a good question! As always, coming from a Catholic perspective: The Catechism of the Catholic Church has this to say about resurrection generally: What is "rising"? In death, the separation of the soul from the body, the human body decays and the soul goes to meet God, while awaiting its reunion with its glorified body. God, in his ...


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The two events only differ on two points: Who is raised. When they are raised. Both parties are actually judged equally, and we assume the method of the raising is the same. The First Resurrection takes place at Christ's coming and consists of the Righteous Christians only. For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice ...



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