Many of us believe that Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead. Then, Lazarus did as Jesus bid him to. Doesn't that fit (at least) some of the requirements of being a zombie?
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Yes, my question was painted with a very broad brush. I do believe in both the Bibles, old and new testaments, but I see them as unfinished, and over-edited.
Lazarus was literally raised from the dead. This was the reason that they crucified Jesus. They couldn't come up with any explanation of how he did it other than because he was the son of God. Crucifixion was the only way to stop him.
I don't believe anything in the Bible is literal. A coma perhaps - from death - no. I was raised in the church etc. I know the stories.
Aren't zombies just ego's, because in my opinion ego's are the walking dead..People who are heavily identified as their ego mind, aren't really real people..Their not building anything real, apart from another ego to add to the collective ego's. :-(
To Snowman. Jesus was crucified for many reasons, Lazarus was just one. Jesus was a Jew that was teaching a non-Jewish based religion that allowed man to forgive the sins of man. That was Blaspheme.