A major theme of the Bible, particularly the New Testament, is that we have two natures: carnal and spiritual. These two natures are at war within us.
Whether a news article is accurate or not is hard to determine. We're attempting to compile data on events where unexpected deaths occur and the information that we have is highly unreliable.
The parallels between light and good vs. darkness and evil are stated throughout scripture. Isaiah laments people who try to make you believe that good is evil and evil is good, and who put darkness for light.
Indian police said on Sunday they were hunting for the owner of illegally stored explosives which accidentally detonated in the centre of a crowded town, killing at least 88 people.
We’ve drawn together three distinct lines of deductive reasoning to confirm that the soul is a gravity node. Now we need experimental confirmation of our hypothesis. Is there a way to test the hypothesis that the soul is a gravity node?
As we continue down our rabbit hole into the confluence of gravitation and redemption it's going to be helpful to think in terms of gravity, weight and weightlessness. The word redeem has some meaning to this effect.
When we take our last breath it's not the end of existence. We continue to be conscious, aware of our environment and external stimuli. Our soul is a gravity node which continues in one of two states after our body dies.
In making the case that Jesus was the one who preached to the dead the very first issue that we have to deal with is: what does dead mean? How can someone who's dead listen to preaching?
Why was there a tree of knowledge of good and evil if God had created a perfect world? God didn't create a perfect world, he created a corrupted one. Now we can understand the difference between corruption and sin.
We know the big picture and that mankind was created to fulfill God's plan of redemption. We had to fall, however, the actual fall was still an act of free will by a person who had been created to live forever.