Is resurrection of the dead in the bible really tells about zombie apocalypse?
- shanieceLv 65 years ago
The Bible’s resurrection accounts teach us much about the resurrection to come. People who were restored to life right here on earth were reunited with their loved ones. So the dead will not be raised to life in a world filled with war, crime, and sickness. They will have an opportunity to live forever on this earth in peaceful and happy conditions.
Jesus said that “all those in the memorial tombs will hear his [Jesus’] voice and come out.” (John 5:28, 29) Similarly, Revelation 20:13 says: “The sea gave up the dead in it, and death and the Grave gave up the dead in them.” This collective grave will be emptied. All those billions who rest there will live again. The apostle Paul said: “There is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” (Acts 24:15) What does that mean?Source(s): Bible / JW.org
- MaybachLv 65 years ago
That nonsense in that bible is not true at all. What's sad is that people actually believe that whats in that book, is reality. It's a functional book. It's even dubbed as being the greatest story ever told. I can see if children was told that the events in the bible actually happened and then when they come of age or start go think for themselves, they'll believe that. But oh no, the adults (who are suppose to be logical) throw all logic out the window to take what's in that book as face value. No one ever risen from the dead. No one had actually walked on water nor turned water into wine. What is it going to take for people to see that as being nonsense. I know you were scared into believing by being told that if you don't, you're going to burn in hell, but come on peole. There is no hell just like there is no heaven.
- catty blondLv 55 years ago
In present times ' YES....Source(s): The Walking Dead (TWD)
- Anonymous5 years ago
No, they are two different things.
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