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References for the Resurrection

The Talmud on the World to Come, Lesson 14

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References for the Resurrection: The Talmud on the World to Come, Lesson 14

An apparent contradiction couched in a verse of sacred Scripture turns out to be alluding to be stages in the process of resurrection; with same verse ultimately proving to be the most compelling of proofs regarding the post-messianic resuscitation of the dead. We go on to highlight multiple grammatical anomalies in disparate verses of Scripture – all of which ultimately indicate a recurring theme of resurrection woven into the tapestries of Torah prophecy. The final reference comes from a dramatic biblical description of prophetic voices coalescing as one. (Tractate Sanhedrin 91b)
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Tractate Sanhedrin, Talmud

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Dharmapaalini Robertson July 4, 2019

At 6:55 he says sanskrit understanding of reincarnation is not Talmud. I disagree. I have seen multiple of my own past lives. But it is me. How this is reconciled? Torah without experience cannot be explained. Reply

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