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PostSubject: Regarding cremation :   Sun Jul 23, 2017 12:16 am

from http://www.truthortradition.com/articles/the-dead-are-dead-until-the-rapture-or-resurrection#comment-321658 :

FEBRUARY 1, 2016 AT 10:19 AM
Is cremation ok…..?

  • Dan Gallagher
    [size=10]APRIL 8, 2016 AT 2:06 PM

    Of course. Otherwise those who died in a fire would be in tough place when it comes to the resurrection.

    • Edward Palamar
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      [size=10]JULY 23, 2017 AT 1:12 AM

      Those are two different examples. Cremation destroys the body beyond repair, not that dying in a fire leaves the body unscathed. But wilfully putting the flames to the temple of the Holy Spirit post mortem is not the mark of a Christian. It was the mark of martyrdom for Christians to be burned at the stake. That is not an invitation to do so after one goes to rest. A Christian knows not the day nor the hour of his/her visitation and thus does best to embrace the Lord even through ones death, not treat the Lord with contempt by passing undo judgment upon oneself.[/size]

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