A Resurrection to Immortality: The Resurrection, Our Only Hope of Life After Death
WestBow Press, 2011 M04 14 - 612 páginas
Life is the most important possession we have. Without it, there is nothing. Only by the resurrection at the second coming of Christ will anyone have life after death.
After the resurrection,
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It would mean that Christ was alive in the three days from His death 1. unto His
resurrection; therefore, He was never dead and could not have been raised from
the dead. It would mean that Christ did not die for our sins; therefore, we are 2.
was alive and never dead, He could not have been “made alive,” but would have
been “kept alive” or “preserved alive” and there could have been no resurrection.
Made alive: “Quickened by the spirit” KingJames Version. “Made alive by the ...
Ifthis disembodied part ofa person were alive anywhere it would make the
resurrection impossible. A resurrection ofthose who are living would be an empty
show, a fraud, not a resurrection. The belief of many says, “Not so Christ, I was
Those who believe in unconditional immortality MUST reinterpret this into
bringing a soul that was alive in Heaven and came back from Heaven to earth,
and that Moses had ascended to Heaven despite the fact that Christ said no man
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