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comment How can we be with Christ when we die, if Christ has a glorified body and we won't until the resurrection?
This is a better answer than mine.
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comment How can we be with Christ when we die, if Christ has a glorified body and we won't until the resurrection?
I think my answer still stands; we receive that new body and are united with Christ simultaneously. They are not separate events.
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answered How can we be with Christ when we die, if Christ has a glorified body and we won't until the resurrection?
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revised Are there any tenets of Gnosticism that are still present in the church today?
typo correction
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reviewed Reject Why does Judaism celebrate Sabbath on Saturday and most Christians celebrate Sabbath on Sunday?
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reviewed Reject If God set the maximum age to 120, then how could Jacob be 130 years old?
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comment Was Thomas a believer before seeing the resurrected Jesus?
The key thing here is that "belief in Jesus" means a lot of different things. Nowadays the term can refer to the whole gospel - birth, teaching, death, resurrection, everlasting life. To believe in the resurrection before it had actually happened would be a tall order, but presumably that's not what you mean?
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reviewed Leave Open Is the tripartite God the judge in the Old Testament, and Jesus the appointed only judge in the New Testament?
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reviewed Close Does being Protestant imply you are also a Zionist?
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reviewed Approve But, what is the greater baptism?
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