Higher Knowledge -  The Principle of Resurrection

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By ATM on September 13, 2010 -- 12:28pm

Rabbi,

It is an honor to speak to you.  You have often stated that the fallacy of modern man is to believe that “man is a monkey.”  As an educated man, I am sure that you are aware that Darwinian theory is more complex than that.  Without getting in to speciation, common origins, and other issues, I would say that the fallacy of western man (Europe and Coastal America) is the general belief that man is a product of accidental forces.  More than evolution or the Big Bang, which can be interpreted as involving a Creator, the belief in a meaningless existence is the real problem here. 

I say this only because there are also religious people who seem to hold to an accidental view of the cosmos.  It may seem counter-intuitive, but it is true.  That is why I hold firmly to the idea that some kind of Resurrection will occur.  It is precisely because it is not “logical” or “scientific” that it requires faith.  And, it is not even a “rational faith.”  However, I believe that it will happen, if in spiritual form at least.  It will be the ultimate refutation of the belief that the Universe is an accident.

When it happens the spiritual will behold it.  My question is, will the atheists be so confused that they do not even behold it?  Perhaps what we call reality is multi-variant.  Who knows?  I don’t.  But, I believe we will see a Resurrection at some point.

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