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Reference: Immortality


In God, is underived and absolute: "who only hath immorality." In creatures, it is dependent upon the will of God. The immortality of the soul is argued from its boundless desires and capacities, is unlimited improvement, its desert of future punishment or reward, etc. All arguments, however, are unsatisfying without the testimony of Scripture. Christ "hath brought life and immortality to light through the gospel," 2Ti 1:10: the immortal blessedness of Christians, including the resurrection of the body, is by virtue of their union with Christ, Jos 14:15. The everlasting woe of the wicked, the punishment of their sins, runs parallel with the eternal life of the redeemed, Mt 25:46.

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perpetuity of existence. The doctrine of immortality is taught in the Old Testament. It is plainly implied in the writings of Moses (Ge 5:22,24; 25:8; 37:35; 47:9; 49:29, comp. Heb 11:13-16; Ex 3:6, comp. Mt 22:23). It is more clearly and fully taught in the later books (Isa 14:9; Ps 17:15; 49:15; 73:24). It was thus a doctrine obviously well known to the Jews.

With the full revelation of the gospel this doctrine was "brought to light" (2Ti 1:10; 1Co 15; 2Co 5:1-6; 1Th 4:13-18).

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????????. The deathless state which stands in contrast to the mortality of man, and which the 'mortal' will 'put on' when 'changed.' 1Co 15:53-54. God only has in Himself immortality, being the fountain and source of life for all things. 1Ti 6:16.In Ro 2:7 and 2Ti 1:10 the word is ????????, not 'immortality,' but 'incorruption.'

The immortality of the soul is plainly revealed in scripture. God breathed into Adam's nostrils the breath of life, and he became a living soul (Ge 2:7), which is quite different from anything said of a mere animal. The Lord, when showing the Sadducees that God is not the God of the dead, but of the living, added "for all live unto or 'for' him (Lu 20:38), though as to the body they may have died.

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