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The point at which the spirit is separated from the physical body, tuning the body into a lifeless thing

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This question is for Unitarians/Biblical Unitarians as well and it is based on Acts 7:59-60

Acts 7:59-60 59 And they went on stoning Stephen as he called upon the Lord and said, "Lord Jesus, receive my spirit! 60 And falling on his knees, he cried out with a loud voice, "Lord, do ...
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According to the Calvinist, how to choose which one is the meaning when the word Thanatos ---VS--- Neukros appear in a sentence?

verse-A (Romans 5:12) Therefore, just as sin entered the world through one man, and death through sin, and in this way death came to all people, because all sinned verse-B (Romans 5:10) For ...
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According to Protestant New Testament exegetes, did Jesus use figure of speech with respect to the second death in these 2 places in scripture?

If we read John 16:25-30 we know Jesus sometimes spoke figuratively. Jesus even said so Himself. My question is, in 2 places in Scripture is Jesus using the term death figuratively to refer to the ...
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Should Adam’s and Eve’s death be regarded as a sacrifice?

Should Adam’s and Eve’s death(loss of immortality) be regarded as a sacrifice? In a similar way to Christ dying on the cross for our sins, I would assume Adam’s and Eve’s death contributes to their ...
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