Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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true a man in 70 years would have matter enough for 10 diffint [different] bodies. objectors says this resurrection cannot be true. for if so. men would be quarreling which body belong[s] to himself & othe[r]s.—
who shall have the best right to it. I do not beleive that more than ¾ of our bodies is composed of animal organizati[o]n. but is purely vegetable, hence through all the 70 years a man will have one or two parts. which will be the same original.— if he receives the matter if of the is <was> in possession of 50 years before he died— he is has the same bady [body].—
the people liviing in <a> the house. are the occupants of the house. & the house [p. [88]]
true a man in 70 years would have matter enough for 10 diffint [different] bodies. objectors says this resurrection cannot be true. for if so. men would be quarreling which body belongs to himself & others.—
who shall have the best right to it. I do not beleive that more than ¾ of our bodies is composed of animal organization. but is purely vegetable, hence through all the 70 years a man will have one or two parts. which will be the same original.— if he receives the matter he was in possession of 50 years before he died— he has the same bady body.—
the people liviing a the house. are the occupants of the house. & the house [p. [88]]
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