aA
aA
aA
NPNF1-03. On the Holy Trinity; Doctrinal Treatises; Moral Treatises
« Prev The Resurrection of the Body Gives Rise to… Next »

Chapter 84.—The Resurrection of the Body Gives Rise to Numerous Questions.

Now, as to the resurrection of the body, —not a resurrection such as some have had, who came back to life for a time and died again, but a resurrection to eternal life, as the body of Christ Himself rose again,—I do not see how I can discuss the matter briefly, and at the same time give a satisfactory answer to all the questions that are ordinarily raised about it. Yet that the bodies of all men—both those who have been born and those who shall be born, both those who have died and those who shall die—shall be raised again, no Christian ought to have the shadow of a doubt.

« Prev The Resurrection of the Body Gives Rise to… Next »

Advertisements


| Define | Popups: Login | Register | Prev Next | Help |