Did Jews / Christians earlier not immortal soul?

@gengeni (3308)
August 30, 2011 11:01am CST
What then believed the followers of Jesus who were probably Jewish? Beyond belief came the first of the Roman and Greek ideas? What lesson would give the church then, if that were non-Jewish-dominated remained beyond prevailing opinion?
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• Indonesia
2 Sep 11
The basic truth is always the same. Thoughts have power out of this world. In connection with love (Jesus), the people are on the right track.
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@nakula2009 (2325)
• Indonesia
30 Aug 11
The early Christians believes it They had the words of Jesus, that he goes to the Father and prepares them for an apartment. They lived in the expectation the return of Jesus.
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@najibdina29 (1309)
• Indonesia
4 Sep 11
Quite the contrary, what was lost as a knowledge of the majority, fully conscious and was the spiritual heritage of Adam since. They were also the purpose of purification of the soul Vorent*ng in the creations known. For there is written that God can raise up even from the stone witnesses of His endless love. So you were not blind to spiritual connections, but knew that the stones are bound for the essential nature is the furthest Enter drying of God.