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of the ages. He was dealing with the question of resurrection, and traversed the same
order of events which led up to the same goal, as John saw in the apocalypse.
At the time of writing to the Corinthians the apostle declared that at their low spiritual
level they were not able to bear any teaching that was stronger than "milk". We believe
the apostle's own statement beyond the conjectures of any man, and to foist the doctrine
of resurrection from the second death upon I Cor. 15: is reprehensible.
We trust that this simple note will lead the reader to "search and see".