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Bringing back all your dead ancestors?

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  1. 1. Would you bring back your ancestors and collect your descendants?

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What if science could bring back all your dead ancestors and collect all your ancestors? Would you sign the waiver?

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Would I need to feed & water them?

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Ancestors is usually a HUGE amount of people,some of which go back centuries and you don't even know of ,let alone know personally .

Since some of us believe we reunite with them when we die,and the party ensues on the other side,ressurection is unneccessary .

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If my ancestors were resurrected now, we'd make a mighty army against

the current blasphemous perverted satanic antichrist world order!

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Seriously... if ancestors who once fought each other...

British/French... Germans/Russians, etc... were resurrected

into this vile satanic antichrist world order abomination...

they would all unite to fight against it.

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I would hope that once I'm dead that I would be brought back were that option to become available. That being said, I can only say yes I would sign the waiver. Kinda hypocritical for me to do otherwise.

From a moral perspective, of course one would be obliged to bring them back, both those one loved, and those one did not love. Some acculturation help would be needed though.

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It might very well be our descendants who are given the chance to sign the waiver and us who will be brought back.

Very hopeful in the belief that all of us will eventually be brought back and have a chance at eternity here.

Not all will decide to stay. Maybe all will be given a chance to sign the waiver.

Science is awesome. The New Age will be here on this Earth.

Then health and human condition issues will be solved.

For all time moving in both directions.

Edited by Leave Britney alone!

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As is I truly believe we all exist at once anyways.

The Universe is simply all of time and space.

Time + Space = Universe.

So, if one were to step outside there would be no past or future, both are illusion, there is just the present.

Every moment that has, is, or will happen on Earth is happening now.

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Very hopeful in the belief that all of us will eventually be brought back and have a chance at eternity here.

The only immortality the Bible teaches is the resurrection of the dead...

and the Kingdom of God on earth... except not all will have such immortality...

only those whose names are written in God's book of life [our "name" is probably

our unique genetic code.]

The idea of a disembodied spirit living on in a "heaven" or "hell" is pagan.

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Edited by AlasBabylon
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Seriously... if ancestors who once fought each other...

British/French... Germans/Russians, etc... were resurrected

into this vile satanic antichrist world order abomination...

they would all unite to fight against it.

I guess that would depend if they were all raving lunatics.

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That is the only immortality the Bible teaches... the resurrection of the dead...

and the Kingdom of God on earth.

The idea of a disembodied spirit living on in a "heaven" or "hell" is pagan.

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Trust in science.

Your myths have served their purpose.

I still hold onto myths as well, but not at the cost of rejecting science.

The unexplained is preternatural and not supernatural.

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The only immortality the Bible teaches is the resurrection of the dead...

and the Kingdom of God on earth... except not all will have such immortality...

only those whose names are written in God's book of life [our "name" is probably

our unique genetic code.]

The idea of a disembodied spirit living on in a "heaven" or "hell" is pagan.

.

You've just listed two forms of immortality.

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Since some of us believe we reunite with them when we die,and the party ensues on the other side,ressurection is unneccessary .

See my previous post.

The Bible says the dead know not anything...

eternal life is ONLY via the resurrection of the dead.

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You've just listed two forms of immortality.

There is only ONE immortality = resurrection of the dead.

The Bible says those who are dead do nothing and know nothing.

The pagan belief in a disembodied "immortal soul" living on after death is false.

The Bible says the wages of sin is death... not eternal life in a Dante-type hell.

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Trust in science.

Your myths have served their purpose.

I still hold onto myths as well, but not at the cost of rejecting science.

The unexplained is preternatural and not supernatural.

I trust God who created the universe.

God created the genetic code of every creature and individual who ever lived on this planet...

or any other planet... let human science try to match that !!

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The OP talks about science achieving resurrections. This Bible stuff strikes me as a hijack. The question is what you would do if you could arrange the resurrection of your ancestors, not what your religion says.

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I trust God who created the universe.

God created the genetic code of every creature and individual who ever lived on this planet...

or any other planet... let human science try to match that !!

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OK can we not argue and turn this thread into another bashing of the "satanic world order"?

This seems like an interesting idea that really has nothing to do with any of that.

Edited by Leave Britney alone!

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Also, thanks to whoever voted 4 stars. I am now going to vote 1. This is a good custom.

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There is only ONE immortality = resurrection of the dead.

The Bible says those who are dead do nothing and know nothing.

The pagan belief in a disembodied "immortal soul" living on after death is false.

The Bible says the wages of sin is death... not eternal life in a Dante-type hell.

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The Bible also says there are windows in the sky, it's wrong.

Sorry, but biblical resurrection is just as valid as this false pagan belief.

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OK can we not argue and turn this thread into another bashing of the "satanic world order"?

This seems like an interesting idea that really has nothing to do with any of that.

I'll leave you to your exercise in futility.

btw...

God and science are not mutually exclusive.

I've known quite a few scientists and all believed in a higher power.

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I trust God who created the universe.

God created the genetic code of every creature and individual who ever lived on this planet...

or any other planet... let human science try to match that !!

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Where does the Bible say this? God doesn't even know how the universe operates.

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And how are they going to bring back those who were cremated? what about those who are now just bones? this is ridiculous!

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Where would I put all those contraband sheep?

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We are all information and it cannot be destroyed. Cremation is not the end of life. Death is not the end of life.

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Uhm, yes, it is.

I wouldn't want to bring back my ancestors. Especially not those few who were in the SS. And I doubt I'd get akong with most of the others as well: They'd be from a completely different period with a completely different mindset. Wouldn't end too well, I believe.

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