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Resurrection is plausible

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Submitted by Concerned Buddhist (Lithuania), Sep 15, 2007 at 18:11

I have read about death and resurrection experience of a Taoist master, and it appears to be not the unique case among Taoists, so that I am not going to argue with you about the possibility of resurrection. I would only like to say that when Christian missionaries came to China and started to talk about the resurrection Taoists received the very idea of resurrection with understanding yet they were complete at loss why these foreigners spoke about it as about some extraordinary case.

NB. I have changed my nickname into "Concerned Buddhist" since you are taking me for secular humanist, someone else on this forum as Muslim etc.


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