The Scripture reference that he used for his allegory does not have Satan and God in conversation.
I Corinthians 15 does talk about resurrection from the dead: the resurrection of Jesus which is the linchpin of Christianity. Paul is not the only one who discusses this resurrection:
My vendetta is based on the Pauline policy of Replacement Theology. And for 1 Cor. 15, I am not sure you have ever read that chapter.
Try verse 32. Just in case you don't have a Bible available, here is the text: "If the dead are not raised, let us eat and drink for tomorrow we die." He was probably giving reply to some Jewish questions about bodily resurrection which is not in the jewish agenda
but only in the gospel of Paul. (2 Tim. 2:8)