Jesus was crucified on the cross and resurrected from the death:
because he overcome the world of crulty in evil, he is no longer dragging by devils advocate; Jesus is not interested in worldly thing because world give us all vanity. everthing will vapor into the thin air.
Vaporising into thin air! Then what happens? We are back to our original state!
So then give away all your belongings, and become like Jesus.
That never happened; Jesus did not die on the Cross to start with so there is no question of his resurrection from the dead.
the old man is dead
Who is that old man that is dead?
OK. because you did not agree with me that does not mean you are wrong and I am right. It only reveals your opinion and mine.
Please READ the New Testament.
Then, you will see for yourself that the whole message is about Jesus rising from the dead.
I know you don't like Paul very much, but even St.Peter declared Jesus as heaven been risen from the dead.
The scribes did not describe the events correctly; and none of them was an eye-witness of the events; so the account of Bible should not be taken on its face value.
I was talking about Peter.
If, according to you, the writings are unreliable, why bother quoting them, questioning them, or arguing about them? Why not just dismiss them, or ignore altogether? You have a strange outlook!
you mean the apostle paul? or the songwriter paul simon? what about paul?
but I am not ignoring you am I? aka-dj so who are you really? in aka-dj's body.
Seeing as you are new to Hubpages, I can tell you that paarsurey disproves of the Apostle Paul.
Hence my mention of it.
As to who I am really, doesn't matter. Does it?
It's like asking you, who you are? Does it matter?
We are individuals making an impact on our world. That's it.
back to the orginal state? it depends how you look at things in life generally? or quick answer? just to gratifying momentum of curiousity? I guess everything I mentioned above already vaporising into thin air? is this answer make sense to you?.
of course, in this physical realm there is no everlasting life but
in the spiritual realm you and will I live forever!
There is perception of that which is eternal in our physical life yes. When we die our perception dies not the eternal us.
a human body simply represents images of God through us perception was born, is born will be born again again and again even after body dies and became dirt; life goes on and on and on.
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