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Do you want Zombies?
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(NT) Me, I'm waiting for the real thing.
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Me too, don't want to be one of these

Revelation 9:6

"And in those days shall men seek death, and shall not find it; and shall desire to die, and death shall flee from them."

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Good one!

I just got a chance to see it. Firefox had a problem for a couple of days, and I lost my ad blocker. The only way to tolerate the resulting clamor was to turn off image loading.

Even many who think tech may have a role in resuscitation or resurrection or whatever, are mindful of one factor. Unthawing tissue is one thing, but making it live is quite another. As a techie, never mind religion, I don't see the woman's mind picking up where it left off.

Side note:
There are no zombies in the Bible.
There are no vampires in the Bible.
There are no werewolves in the Bible.
There are witches in the Bible.
There are no good witches in the Bible.

Sorry, Hollywood. Happy

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You obviously failed to see my post on that
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BTW the Bible at 1Cor 15, says

that death is "the enemy".
So it's on our side.

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