WEFOUNDImmortality and the Unseen World a Study in Old Testament Religion Classic Reprint


Immortality is eternal life , being exempt from death, unending existence. [2] Some modern species may possess biological immortality .

In religious contexts, immortality is often stated to be one of the promises of God (or other deities) to human beings who show goodness or else follow divine law . What form an unending human life would take, or whether an immaterial soul exists and possesses immortality, has been a major point of focus of religion , as well as the subject of speculation, fantasy, and debate.

Life extension technologies promise a path to complete rejuvenation . Cryonics holds out the hope that the dead can be revived in the future, following sufficient medical advancements. While, as shown with creatures such as hydra and planarian worms , it is indeed possible for a creature to be biologically immortal , it is not known if it is possible for humans.

Mortality (and the lure of immortality) has tormented our consciousness since the first human witnessed death and realized his or her own eventual demise. The inevitability of death and speculation upon the nature of afterlife has always been an object of obsession for mystics and philosophers. For many cultures, mortality is one of the major qualities that separates humanity from the Gods. While humans are born, subjected to the will of nature and die, the gods of the ancients and the gods of today are usually characterized as immortal; immune to the darkness that awaits every man and woman. Naturally, the earliest storytellers and holy men dreamed of ways to achieve immortality as well.

In mythologies around the world, humans who achieve immortality are often regarded as gods, or as possessing god-like qualities. One of the earliest works of literature, the 22nd century B.C.E. Epic of Gilgamesh , focuses on a hero’s quest for immortality. In some traditions, immortality was bestowed by the gods themselves. Other times, a normal human would unlock alchemical secrets hidden in natural materials that stopped death in its tracks. According to the ancients, the secrets of immortality could be found within the Earth, on the moon, or even in your own back yard.

Chinese alchemists spent centuries formulating elixirs of life. They were frequently commissioned by the Emperor, and experimented with things like toxic mercury, gold, sulfur and plants. The formula for gunpowder, sulfur, saltpeter and carbon was originally an attempted elixir of immortality. Traditional Chinese medicine and early Chinese alchemy are closely related, and the use of plants, fungi and minerals in longevity formulas is still commonly practiced today.

Immortality is eternal life , being exempt from death, unending existence. [2] Some modern species may possess biological immortality .

In religious contexts, immortality is often stated to be one of the promises of God (or other deities) to human beings who show goodness or else follow divine law . What form an unending human life would take, or whether an immaterial soul exists and possesses immortality, has been a major point of focus of religion , as well as the subject of speculation, fantasy, and debate.

Life extension technologies promise a path to complete rejuvenation . Cryonics holds out the hope that the dead can be revived in the future, following sufficient medical advancements. While, as shown with creatures such as hydra and planarian worms , it is indeed possible for a creature to be biologically immortal , it is not known if it is possible for humans.

Mortality (and the lure of immortality) has tormented our consciousness since the first human witnessed death and realized his or her own eventual demise. The inevitability of death and speculation upon the nature of afterlife has always been an object of obsession for mystics and philosophers. For many cultures, mortality is one of the major qualities that separates humanity from the Gods. While humans are born, subjected to the will of nature and die, the gods of the ancients and the gods of today are usually characterized as immortal; immune to the darkness that awaits every man and woman. Naturally, the earliest storytellers and holy men dreamed of ways to achieve immortality as well.

In mythologies around the world, humans who achieve immortality are often regarded as gods, or as possessing god-like qualities. One of the earliest works of literature, the 22nd century B.C.E. Epic of Gilgamesh , focuses on a hero’s quest for immortality. In some traditions, immortality was bestowed by the gods themselves. Other times, a normal human would unlock alchemical secrets hidden in natural materials that stopped death in its tracks. According to the ancients, the secrets of immortality could be found within the Earth, on the moon, or even in your own back yard.

Chinese alchemists spent centuries formulating elixirs of life. They were frequently commissioned by the Emperor, and experimented with things like toxic mercury, gold, sulfur and plants. The formula for gunpowder, sulfur, saltpeter and carbon was originally an attempted elixir of immortality. Traditional Chinese medicine and early Chinese alchemy are closely related, and the use of plants, fungi and minerals in longevity formulas is still commonly practiced today.


Biblical References Relevant to Creation Science Christian Resources Homepage
    Was there immortality on earth before sin? Introduction

According to the Bible , death came into the world as a result of sin, but we remain potentially immortal beings that may be resurrected to a new life in heaven. The Bible also seems to clearly imply that humans were designed to live immortal in their physical body before Adam and Eve committed the original sin .

Immortality is eternal life , being exempt from death, unending existence. [2] Some modern species may possess biological immortality .

In religious contexts, immortality is often stated to be one of the promises of God (or other deities) to human beings who show goodness or else follow divine law . What form an unending human life would take, or whether an immaterial soul exists and possesses immortality, has been a major point of focus of religion , as well as the subject of speculation, fantasy, and debate.

Life extension technologies promise a path to complete rejuvenation . Cryonics holds out the hope that the dead can be revived in the future, following sufficient medical advancements. While, as shown with creatures such as hydra and planarian worms , it is indeed possible for a creature to be biologically immortal , it is not known if it is possible for humans.

Mortality (and the lure of immortality) has tormented our consciousness since the first human witnessed death and realized his or her own eventual demise. The inevitability of death and speculation upon the nature of afterlife has always been an object of obsession for mystics and philosophers. For many cultures, mortality is one of the major qualities that separates humanity from the Gods. While humans are born, subjected to the will of nature and die, the gods of the ancients and the gods of today are usually characterized as immortal; immune to the darkness that awaits every man and woman. Naturally, the earliest storytellers and holy men dreamed of ways to achieve immortality as well.

In mythologies around the world, humans who achieve immortality are often regarded as gods, or as possessing god-like qualities. One of the earliest works of literature, the 22nd century B.C.E. Epic of Gilgamesh , focuses on a hero’s quest for immortality. In some traditions, immortality was bestowed by the gods themselves. Other times, a normal human would unlock alchemical secrets hidden in natural materials that stopped death in its tracks. According to the ancients, the secrets of immortality could be found within the Earth, on the moon, or even in your own back yard.

Chinese alchemists spent centuries formulating elixirs of life. They were frequently commissioned by the Emperor, and experimented with things like toxic mercury, gold, sulfur and plants. The formula for gunpowder, sulfur, saltpeter and carbon was originally an attempted elixir of immortality. Traditional Chinese medicine and early Chinese alchemy are closely related, and the use of plants, fungi and minerals in longevity formulas is still commonly practiced today.


Biblical References Relevant to Creation Science Christian Resources Homepage
    Was there immortality on earth before sin? Introduction

According to the Bible , death came into the world as a result of sin, but we remain potentially immortal beings that may be resurrected to a new life in heaven. The Bible also seems to clearly imply that humans were designed to live immortal in their physical body before Adam and Eve committed the original sin .

Immortality is eternal life, being exempt from death, unending existence. Some modern species may possess biological immortality . Certain scientists, futurists, and ...

" Immortality " is a single from Celine Dion's album Let's Talk About Love. It was released on 8 June 1998 outside the United States. The Bee Gees can be heard on the ...

Immortality : Immortality , in philosophy and religion, the indefinite continuation of the mental, spiritual, or physical existence of individual human beings. In many ...

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Immortality is eternal life , being exempt from death, unending existence. [2] Some modern species may possess biological immortality .

In religious contexts, immortality is often stated to be one of the promises of God (or other deities) to human beings who show goodness or else follow divine law . What form an unending human life would take, or whether an immaterial soul exists and possesses immortality, has been a major point of focus of religion , as well as the subject of speculation, fantasy, and debate.

Life extension technologies promise a path to complete rejuvenation . Cryonics holds out the hope that the dead can be revived in the future, following sufficient medical advancements. While, as shown with creatures such as hydra and planarian worms , it is indeed possible for a creature to be biologically immortal , it is not known if it is possible for humans.

Immortality is eternal life , being exempt from death, unending existence. [2] Some modern species may possess biological immortality .

In religious contexts, immortality is often stated to be one of the promises of God (or other deities) to human beings who show goodness or else follow divine law . What form an unending human life would take, or whether an immaterial soul exists and possesses immortality, has been a major point of focus of religion , as well as the subject of speculation, fantasy, and debate.

Life extension technologies promise a path to complete rejuvenation . Cryonics holds out the hope that the dead can be revived in the future, following sufficient medical advancements. While, as shown with creatures such as hydra and planarian worms , it is indeed possible for a creature to be biologically immortal , it is not known if it is possible for humans.

Mortality (and the lure of immortality) has tormented our consciousness since the first human witnessed death and realized his or her own eventual demise. The inevitability of death and speculation upon the nature of afterlife has always been an object of obsession for mystics and philosophers. For many cultures, mortality is one of the major qualities that separates humanity from the Gods. While humans are born, subjected to the will of nature and die, the gods of the ancients and the gods of today are usually characterized as immortal; immune to the darkness that awaits every man and woman. Naturally, the earliest storytellers and holy men dreamed of ways to achieve immortality as well.

In mythologies around the world, humans who achieve immortality are often regarded as gods, or as possessing god-like qualities. One of the earliest works of literature, the 22nd century B.C.E. Epic of Gilgamesh , focuses on a hero’s quest for immortality. In some traditions, immortality was bestowed by the gods themselves. Other times, a normal human would unlock alchemical secrets hidden in natural materials that stopped death in its tracks. According to the ancients, the secrets of immortality could be found within the Earth, on the moon, or even in your own back yard.

Chinese alchemists spent centuries formulating elixirs of life. They were frequently commissioned by the Emperor, and experimented with things like toxic mercury, gold, sulfur and plants. The formula for gunpowder, sulfur, saltpeter and carbon was originally an attempted elixir of immortality. Traditional Chinese medicine and early Chinese alchemy are closely related, and the use of plants, fungi and minerals in longevity formulas is still commonly practiced today.


Biblical References Relevant to Creation Science Christian Resources Homepage
    Was there immortality on earth before sin? Introduction

According to the Bible , death came into the world as a result of sin, but we remain potentially immortal beings that may be resurrected to a new life in heaven. The Bible also seems to clearly imply that humans were designed to live immortal in their physical body before Adam and Eve committed the original sin .

Immortality is eternal life, being exempt from death, unending existence. Some modern species may possess biological immortality . Certain scientists, futurists, and ...

" Immortality " is a single from Celine Dion's album Let's Talk About Love. It was released on 8 June 1998 outside the United States. The Bee Gees can be heard on the ...

Immortality : Immortality , in philosophy and religion, the indefinite continuation of the mental, spiritual, or physical existence of individual human beings. In many ...


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