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1st Corinthians 15 and the Resurrection

(Part 1) 1st Corinthians 15 is the most complete explanation of the Resurrection of the Dead in the bible. However, its also one of the most difficult passages in the bible. Paul begins here by rebuking certain teachers who were denying a future Resurrection of the Dead.

(Part 2) In 1st Corinthians 15.20, Paul begins explaining the Resurrection of the Dead. We all lose our lives in the flesh, but we will also be made alive again in the resurrection. We're not going to be resurrected back into our flesh lives, but into new spiritual lives within the Kingdom.

(Part 3) In 1st Corinthians 15, we are compared to seeds that are sown into the ground. In the Resurrection of the Dead, our seeds will sprout and we will receive new bodies from God. The seed that's sown isn't the old body, but our spiritual souls.

(Part 4) People's souls don't live in heaven or hell forever. Instead they are resurrected into the next age. Every soul will have an eternal place in God's Kingdom, whether good or evil. What's raised up in the Resurrection of the Dead depends on the seed that's sown.


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