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What happens to those who have been cremated at the Resurrection of the dead?

How can those who have been cremated be raised from the dead?

Clarify Share Report Asked January 06 2021 Mini Carol North

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Mini Tim Maas Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army
As indicated in the Bible, God created the entire universe out of nothing, merely by speaking it into existence.

Given that ability, as well as the various states of the remains of the faithful from over the past millennia as a result of either natural decay or the manners in which they have died (including many of them who have died by INvoluntary burning), I have absolutely no difficulty believing that there will nothing that will (or even could) prevent God from reconstituting or reconstructing their bodies at the time of the resurrection, regardless of what the current condition of those bodies may be.

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Mini Grant Abbott Child of Father, Follower of Son, Student of Spirit
God created human beings from the dust of the earth (Genesis 2:7). 

God saw our unformed bodies in the depths of the earth before we were conceived (Psalm 139:15-16).

God said when we die, we would return to the ground from which we were created. From dust we are, and to dust we will return (Genesis 3:19).

God decided the body that each of us would have when we were born as human beings. God will decide what body each of us will have when we are resurrected from the dead. 

However, our bodies will be glorious new bodies, like Jesus glorified body, like the bodies of angels.

It doesn't matter how we die or what condition our physical remains may be in, God will create our new eternal bodies from the depths of the earth once again.

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