Re: The Curse - Upon All Creation or Just Mankind?

From: jack syme <drsyme@cablespeed.com>
Date: Wed Sep 22 2004 - 05:34:24 EDT

I think Paul has more authority than you on this. ;)

I Cor 15: 35 But someone may ask, "How will the dead be raised? What kind of
bodies will they have?" 36 What a foolish question! When you put a seed into
the ground, it doesn't grow into a plant unless it dies first.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stein A. Stromme" <stromme@mi.uib.no>
To: "Sheila Wilson" <sheila-wilson@sbcglobal.net>
Cc: "'AmericanScientificAffiliation'" <asa@calvin.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 4:15 AM
Subject: Re: The Curse - Upon All Creation or Just Mankind?

> [Sheila Wilson]
>
> | ... Death is often referred to as a good thing; for example, a seed
> | must be buried in the ground and die before a new plant is grown ...
>
> I'm not a biologist, but the statement that the seed "dies" has always
> struck me as weird. On the other hand, death of cells and various
> other life forms seems to be a very basic ingredient in life. Perhaps
> someone more qualified than me could comment on this.
>
> SA
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