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Reply Topic: Re: 1 Corinthians 15
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[quote="Singalphile" post=5187][quote="Andrew32" post=5185] But it simply [i]does[/i] say that "all" will be made alive in Christ, and it equates that "all" with the "all" that die because of Adam. The all who die because of Adam is certainly 100% of humans (with the exception of those in Christ at His coming), so it would seem that the "all" who will be made alive in Christ is similarly 100%.[/quote] To clarify, we both agree that "in Christ all will be made alive". The question is: Who will be "in Christ"? You're saying that everyone who ever lives is "in Adam", and so everyone who ever lives will be "in Christ". I hope so, but this passage doesn't address that, imo, and so I'm hesitant to grasp at that possibility. As an analogy, the coast guard could say this: "For since by a [boat] came death, by a [boat] also came the [salvation]. For as in [the sinking boat] all die, so also in [the rescue boat] all will be [saved]." That certainly means that everyone (all) in the rescue boat will be saved, but it doesn't necessarily mean that everyone will end up in the rescue boat. That's a different matter. (As webb noted, and as we probably all agree, all will actually be resurrected. I suppose that's what Paul may mean in verse 22, but that seems at odds with Paul's usual use of "in Christ", imo.) What will happen to those who don't get in the rescue boat? I'm not 100% certain (though I have an opinion about it, which accords with this site's view). To say the least, it doesn't seem good, and it doesn't seem temporary. I don't have any clarity about "under his feet" and "abolished" and "subjection". That might be interesting to look into. Thank you, brother, and have a great weekend![/quote]
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