Originally posted by RJHinds
I know I wrote Ezekiel, like the orignal poster, but I was thinking about Elijah, whose body was transported up into heaven and not in a vision, for there was another person with him that was not taken. Elijah was never seen again.
I believe the orignal poster confused some ideas from Ezekiel with this incident that happened to Elijah.
We've discussed this before about human flesh going to heaven and actually surviving there. It is impossible once a human body leaves the atmosphere as EVERYONE knows.
For some reason you can't understand that very simple fact.
And to date you have never produced one scripture that says human flesh can survive where you think it can, in space.
IF it does as you think, then why have we never heard from these that you say are in the flesh somewhere out is space? Where exactly would they be living? Where would their air and food and water come from?
A human body cannot live for long times in weightlessness and science also confirms.
So again where is the scriptures that show a human in flesh does in fact live in the voids of space?