Why is it that scientific knowledge can't
separate explaination of our 2 bodies?
We have 2 bodies:one is Celestial(spirit)...and one is Terrestrial(flesh).
World education seem to have put these 2 in the wrong category.
Space,have nothing to do with celestial existence,because it is spiritual.
The bodies are just two forms of one. They are intertwined.
Yes i know,but the bible have one difinition and science
have another.I cor.15v40,44
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