Q: Does the Bible say that some day God will take our old bodies and remake them so they’ll never grow old? I don’t understand how this is possible, since our bodies disintegrate after we die and hardly anything is left. — K.F.
A: Billy Graham claims that the Christian bible indeed says this, and without looking it up myself, I would trust him to be correct. However, you should not trust anything in that bible. The bible states the following:
- Hares are ruminants (Leviticus 11:6)
- Bats are birds (Leviticus 11:13,19)
- The sun revolves around the Earth (Ecclesiastes 1:5)
- The Earth does not move (1st Chronicles 16:30)
- There is a “firmament” that separates the waters of Earth form some other waters (Genesis 1:6-7)
- The sun, moon, and stars are fixed in this firmament (Genesis 1:17)
As these statements are certainly wrong, how can any of the bible be trusted? The Christian bible is also full of inconsistencies and logical errors. It advocates cruelty and oppression of others. This book should not be trusted, believed, followed, or revered. It has no credibility.
I am glad that you are asking this type of question. If you continue to question the absurdity, inconsistency, and cruelty of the bible, you are likely to conclude that it is nothing more than a human fabrication (and not a good one, either).
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