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Lou's reply-resur SLS

Posted by Lou Pilder on April 9, 2010, at 21:00:12

In reply to Re: Lou's reply-ovrcm Lou Pilder, posted by SLS on April 9, 2010, at 12:45:34

> > I am not a member of Christiandom, but I have a perspective from Judaism that I have been able to share with Christian
> From what consensus in Judaism do you draw a perspective that you would call Jewish?
> - Scott

You wrote,[...what consensus in Judaism...?...].
There are many. One aspect of Judiasm is a verse in the book called Danial. In the 12th chapter, the 2end verse. That verse talks about people being resurrected from the grave.
That verse can cause those that believe that that bible is the Word of God to live with the expectation of another life that is affected by what they do in this life.
I have talked about the Lake of Fire. And the Kingdom of God. Some believers might benefit from knowing how this does or does not effect their eternal fate in relation to taking psychotropic drugs or in helping those that want to renew their minds. So myslf and Christians have a common understanding of that there is a resurrestion of the dead, for in their scriptures, they speak of at least two resurrections of the dead, them being separated by 1000 years. The verse for that is in the book called Revelation, chapter 20 verse 6.
There is mmuch more to this...




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