Ok , so was the first Adam not a spiritual body/embodiment?
Not according to the Holy Scriptures.
Explain this Scripture than.
You misunderstood me. I meant “The first Adam was not a spiritual body according to the Scriptures.”
That means that we will become something greater than Adam was. Also does that mean that Adam was made material and corruptible (subject to age,decay,death,etc) right from the start?
The first Adam was made from dust in the Book of Genesis. The second Adam, Christ, came from heaven and was incarnate of the Holy Spirit and the virgin mary.
Also explain what does it mean the first man is of the dust of the earth , the second of heaven ?
Doesn't that mean that the first man was the natural man and that the Second one, the Divinized Man (The second Adam). Because what was Jesus in heaven
other than God and divine?
Also does Paul refer in 1Cor 15 to all the people or only to those who are in Christ and believe in Him? Explain.
Both, but only the believers to salvation.
Argumentate it. Explain.
All of humanity will be raised, but only the righteous will experience this resurrection in a salvific way. The haters of God will despise it.
We are discussing 1Cor 15. Where do you see Paul in 1Cor 15 saying that all will resurrect?
Because Christ will descend from the heavens (the sky) with his holy angels and saints on the day of judgment. Those righteous who are living on earth at this time will arise into the air in order to meet him as he descends, so that they can join in his procession to earth. (IMO)
Why would they do that if they are already at the place of destination?
The second coming is like a battle and victory procession. So all of the saints on earth go to meet the king to be part of the procession with him. This is a position of great love and honor, and unity of the faithful.
A procession of victory over who? A battle against whom? Also doesn't our Church teach that the heaven and earth we will be living at the Resurrection will be a "New Heaven and New Earth". What does that mean? And that our resurrected bodies will be thin like the Body of the Resurrected Christ no longer bound by the law of physics.
Revelation 20 says Blessed are those who have part in the first resurrection because they will not experience the Second Death. So then the resurrection of the nations will be for the experience of Gehenna?
I think that it will be for *some* of the nations.
Your eisegesis said that the second resurrection is the resurrection of the nations. Clearly your eisigesis is wrong somewhere as the Second Resurrection coincides with the Second Death. So how can it be the resurrection of the nations if not all nations will experience the Second Death?
Marriage is a relationship between man and woman(husband and wife). If the Resurrection annuls that, doesn't it annul all sort of human relationships also?
Explain what Jesus meant saying that at the Resurrection they will be like the angels of the Lord in heaven.
He said we would be like the angels of the Lord in heaven, in the context of marriage. Because angels are not given or taken in marriage. But that doesn’t imply that humans will become spirits with no materiality. Humans will always be human and material, but we will exist in relation to the material world in a different way.
The question of the sadducees was whose wife would the woman be at the resurrection, because she was married with 7 brothers(the law of leviterate). To me that is a question of relation. To whom will the woman relate. So I am asking you the same thing, to whom will the woman relate from all her 7 husbands? Also why does a law like the law of leviterate exist?
For example, now we eat and drink because our nature compels us to out of necessity. It is a circumscription on our freedom. In the kingdom of heaven, we will still eat and drink. In fact, we do so at the Divine Liturgy. But it is eating and drinking out of love and freedom, not out of being bound.
How about ageing, growing tired, dying ? And another question what age will our resurrected bodies be?
Also how can our bodies be fully material and the world material? Because what is material is subjected to corruption, change, malformation, dissipation. I thought the Church says that it will be a "New Heaven and Earth" and that our resurrected bodies will be lighter, different, glorified, like the body of Christ. Also what does it mean that God will be all in all?
Similarly, the communion of marriage will not be destroyed, but will rather be transformed and expanded to be part of the greater marriage of God and creation. IMO.
Will you still be able to reproduce? What about dying? If you will be able to reproduce and the Earth and World will still exist in this same parameters and you would be immortal, at one point the Earth will Overpopulate.
If you would not be able to reproduce nor be subjected to hunger, thirst, decay, etc, what point to have a material World and Earth if there will be no need of this material functions?
What type of "material" will our bodies be?
I don’t know.
The fathers say lighter bodies like the Body of Christ that will function in different parameters.
But that will not be a correspondance between bare being and bare being, "face to face" , nature to nature. A meeting of ultimacy. Or are we not meant to meet God in his ultimacy , infinitum, and Unexpandability ?
There is no such thing as bare being in the sense that you mean it. God and humans both exist and shine forth through their energies, that is, their actions and way of existing in communion. Energies are the means by which you encounter another being. There is no other way to do so. And this is proper. This is good. This is real.
God is a Being. God in his Being is Divine. The nature of God's being is Divine. What I was saying that what you are proposing will not be a meeting between us and the Divine nature, in that we will not not be meeting with God in His Divine Nature, in His Absolute Imense and Infinite Being. If God is a Person, that we will not be meeting with this Person in his ousia/essence/substance but in his Hypostasis. And we ourselves will not be in our ousia/essence/substance if we are material.. As the soul and the flesh are often in antithesis, and the essence of your being and of your soul is within, and not always what is within in your inmost being corresponds with what is without, if so like only a few times.. So it will not be a meeting between Persons ousia vs ousia..
What does it mean that God will be all in all ?