Was Jesus both dead and alive inside the closed tomb?
- Anonymous2 months ago
You got an actual laugh out loud from me. Good one buddy.
- EverardLv 72 months ago
He east a cat.
- keyjonaLv 72 months ago
No. Jesus' earthly body did not rise from the tomb; angels rolled away the stone and extracted it as with Moses. The Nephilim Angel appeared to satisfy human demand for proof. Peter, who was with both, Christ and Jesus, on the MT. of Transfiguration, understood this but was advised not to reveal it.
- Campbell HaydenLv 72 months ago
That is why they wrapped him in linens instead of
covering him with a shroud, so he wouldn't suffocate.
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- MalcolmLv 72 months ago
1. dead. 2. "Raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father." Rom. 6:4.
- 2 months ago
The Idea of Shroedingers cat is that until we open the box (or door) we don't know....that in no way affects the reality of what is really the truth, only our perception
so its a really stupid analogy to try and use
- 2 months ago
That cartoon put a smile on my face. Thanks OP.
- UserLv 72 months ago
His mortal, human body was dead. It had ceased to function.
That's what we normally mean when we use the word "dead", and that was the condition of Jesus' mortal, human body until the Resurrection.
- Uncle FesterLv 72 months ago
In that experiment a LIVE cat is put in a box with something that may or not kill it. Putting a dead Jesus into a box in that situation will only result in a dead Jesus, let alone considering what may happen if you put a non-existent Jesus into a box.
- JoleneLv 72 months ago