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Another take on the subject .... ...when Jesus was resurrected, the graves opened and gave forth their dead....wouldn't this have included Adam and anyone who died before His resurrection????

barb, Rapture Ready 13 Comments [3/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Corey

Past tense? I notice a distinct lack of True Christians coming out of their graves.

12/31/2007 3:25:36 AM

WMDKitty

Yeeeeeeaaaaahhhhhhhh......... wouldn't something like a bazillion graves opening up and the dead rising, oh... I don't know, maybe be RECORDED by HISTORY?! The Romans would have noticed and written about it, right? Since there are no records of such happening, outside of the Babble, I call BULLSHIT on this... barb... person

12/31/2007 5:40:52 AM

Brain_In_A_Jar

Considering that a great deal of the matter from people who died thousands of years earlier and subsequently reentered the food chain would have then become part of other, living people, the implications of this would be spectacularly unpleasant.

6/10/2011 10:39:29 AM

Canadiest

Even by you idiots timeline Adam was dead for 4000 years. You think his thighbones or skull gonna float around? What's that shit anyway. We may have lost any record of any Jesus in two thousand years but all the dead getting up and walking around, THAT would have been recorded

6/11/2011 11:53:51 AM

Darkevilme

It was unbelievable enough when it was just a local event, like the graves in the vicinity of jerusalem. but all dead everywhere?

You guys dunno when to quit.

6/11/2011 3:02:14 PM



"The Walking Dead" Rome 34 CE

6/12/2011 11:16:11 AM

whatever

Yes. It all happened exactly like that.

6/12/2011 11:21:24 AM

The Duelist

History fail. Meh.

6/12/2011 1:13:27 PM

Mothrayas

Hey, Jesus' resurrection coming with a complete zombie uprising sounds flipping sweet.

11/14/2011 2:38:12 PM

Philbert McAdamia

@ Darkevilme
It was unbelievable enough when it was just a local event, like the graves in the vicinity of jerusalem. but all dead everywhere?


Ahh, a George Romero epic. I'll bring the popcorn.

11/14/2011 3:08:18 PM



A zombie messiah raising an army of the undead to follow him to "RULE THE WORLD" ?

whats odd about that ? I think I saw the movie.

11/14/2011 7:58:43 PM

Anon-e-moose

"when Jesus was resurrected, the graves opened and gave forth their dead....wouldn't this have included Adam and anyone who died before His resurrection????"

Now this takes stretching things to levels that'd make Shaun T's 'Insanity Workout' seem like Pilates or Yoga for older people.

As for zombies, even Ruptured Retards would have to move heaven & earth (oh, teh irony!) to outdo George A. Romero (pbuh) or Daisuke Sato and Shoji Sato (a.k.a. doujinshi artist 'Inazuma'), re. their "...of the Dead" films & anime series "Highschool of the Dead" respectively.

...although a "28 Days Later"-esque film would be awesome, in which the only inhabitants of Earth are those 'left behind' - who RAGE at the thought of the ones who were actually Raptured being non-fundies, including we Atheists. >:D

11/15/2011 10:03:26 AM

Canadiest

So, just as Jesus was resurrecting all the other dead were too?

Jesus was old news the minute he rolled the rock away. What the Hell's special about rising from the dead when every dead person does it? How does your soul theory work into this?

11/16/2011 9:48:53 AM
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