I am a Roman Catholic and I ask this question as one, but I'm also interested in understanding the answers that other christian denominations may have to my question. So, feel free to share here your conviction, even if you aren't Catholic. Here's the question!
The Catholic Church states that each one of us, human persons, are not just body or soul and that we also are not just a agglutination of both, but an unity that is formed by the mix of the two;
The Catholic Church also states that, after we die, our soul is separeted from the body;
What happens to us after we die? Do we live as just souls until the Final Judgment, when we will finaly get a new body?
If we cannot say that we, as human persons, are not just a soul or just body, as catholics, how could we say that, after death, we would still be human? I mean, if being human is to be an unity of body and soul, how could we still be humans once separated from our bodies?
I hope I was clear in my question. And if I comited a mistake in my exposition of catholic belief, please correct me.