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Other files you may be interested in.. Bible Atlas With New T By djmarko53 May 06 AM. The Cross of Christ Levinsohn's Greek Ames, Edward Scribner Josephus, Flavius - Li This is the discourse concerning Hades, wherein the souls of all men are confined until a proper season, which God hath determined, when he will make a resurrection of all men from the dead, --not procuring a transmigration of souls from one body to another,--but raising again those very bodies, which you Greeks seeing to be dissolved, do not believe [their resurrection]; but learn not to disbelieve; for while you believe that the soul is created, and yet is made immortal by God, according to the doctrine of Plato, and this in time, be not incredulous; but believe that God is able, when he hath raised to life that body which was made as a compound of the same elements, to make it immortal; for it must never be said of God, that he is able to do some things, and unable to do others.
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To these belong the unquenchable fire, and that without end, and a certain fiery worm never dying, and not destroying the body, but continuing its eruption out of the body with never-ceasing grief; neither will sleep give ease to these men, nor will the night afford them comfort; death will not free them from punishment. It is told from the point of view of the rich man The parable was apparently directed toward Sadducean satisfaction with this life, based upon the belief that there would be no life beyond.
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Thus, Abraham said that even one from the dead would not convince the living to repent" Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, , Vol. III, p.
- An Extract Out Of Josephus's Discourse To The Greeks Concerning Hades.
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For in the Talmud of the first century were obituaries stating, "Rabbi so-and-so rests in Abraham's bosom". In The Messiah's day Yahudim influenced by Greek mythology believed in the immortality of the soul, which Josephus observed was "the doctrine of Plato". Josephus also believed in the unending torment of the wicked by fire.
Josephus's Discourse to The Greeks Concerning Hades by Flavius Josephus
We have read from Josephus that "the Bosom of Abraham" is the name of a place in Hades, which The Messiah made into a real, living person in His story. Josephus tells of a "chasm deep and large", corresponding to the "great gulf fixed" between Abraham and the rich man. These two points suffice to prove that Yahushua drew his figures from Yahud Jewish folklore.
The primary lesson of this account is simple: Eternal consequences depend on the choices we make and the kind of people we are. The conclusion of the parable is that ample warning about the consequences of sin is already given in Scripture. Those who will not listen to that warning would not listen even to someone who rose from the dead.
Only a short time after Yahushua spoke this parable He was impaled and then rose from the dead. Those who refused to be warned by Moshe and the prophets still refused to believe, even after His resurrection.
It is not intended to be understood literally, nor is this a description of the actual events that take place after death or at the resurrection. First, lets go back to the beginning, to the creation of man. Bereshith And Yahuweh Elohim formed the man out of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils breath of life. And the man became a living soul. Some versions have being It said "became" a living soul. The soul is not a separate entity from the body; you must have both body AND breath for the soul to exist.
What happens to the spirit?
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