posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 08:30 PM
reply to post by jhill76
Really? What question do you have, Jhill?
Is your question what I'll do with the information you give?
I would take it into consideration just like any other answer you give.
If you say that some people sit in a suspended state after they die until they make up their mind about Jesus, I can accept that. I'm not against the
idea. I think there may be a lot that goes on between the time that we die and before we're judged that's not detailed in the Bible. Does that mean
that I'll automatically accept the notion that people are returned into a physical body after the death of another? Not necessarily. I don't believe
there's much to be learned about God or Jesus on this earth today in the state that it's in. If it's going to be done, I think of it being done in
Paradise, Sheol, Hades, Purgatory or whatever name you want to give it, but I don't think it's going to happen here on earth.
Does that help to answer your question?
I think I might have seen you make a post in this thread about a possible place other than Heaven where souls are kept until they are designated a
body? My question then would be, how does God decide which body is going to be resurrected? Once a life cycle ends, wouldn't they already have
access to the truth? Why would they need to return to a new life cycle?
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