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129. To the Christians and Muslims, about the life atfter death doctrine, according to the old time faith

To the Christians and Muslims, about the life atfter death doctrine, according to the old time faith

Peace on you, Salam aleikum,

According to the Old Time Faith, is no life after death, before the resurrection. Both parties - Modern Christians and Muslims, who is a Christian branch - are wrong in this doctrine. The old-time believers don't admitted the life after death, before the resurrection.
 


THNETOPSYCHITES, s. mr. pl. (Hist. Ecclesiast) ancient heretics, believing that the human soul was perfectly similar to that of beasts, and that she was dying with the body. See.

This word is composed of θνητὸς Greek, mortal, and ψυχὴ, soul.

It is found nowhere in these heretics St. John Damascene, heres. xc. to unless they are the same as those mentioned by Eusebius, Hist. Ecclesiast. liv. IX. c. xxxviij. where it is said that in the time of Origen there had Saudi heretics, believing that the human soul was dying with the body, but ressusciteroit with the body at the end of the world. Eusebius adds Origen refuted these heretics in numerous council, and bringing them back from their mistakes. Augustine & Isidore called Arab heretics.

Marshal in his tables, disfigured word fault of the hearing because he writes thenopsychites in the town of thnetopsychites: It also puts in the sixth century, but we can not guess on what basis he fact.

 THNETOPSYCHITES, s. m. pl. (Hist. ecclésiast) anciens hérétiques, croyant que l’ame humaine étoit parfaitement semblable à celle des bêtes, & qu’elle mouroit avec le corps. Voyez .

Ce mot est composé du grec θνητὸς, mortel, & ψυχὴ, ame.

On ne trouve nulle part ces hérétiques que dans S. Jean Damascene, hérés. xc. à-moins qu’ils ne soient les mêmes que ceux dont parle Eusebe, hist. ecclésiast. liv. IX. c. xxxviij. où il est dit que du tems d’Origene il y avoit en Arabie des hérétiques, croyant que l’ame humaine mouroit avec le corps, mais qu’elle ressusciteroit avec le corps à la fin du monde. Eusebe ajoute qu’Origene réfuta ces hérétiques dans un concile nombreux, & qu’il les fit revenir de leurs erreurs. S. Augustin & Isidore les appellent hérétiques arabes.

Marshal, dans ses tables, a défiguré ce mot faute de l’entendre, car il l’écrit thenopsychites, au-lieu de thnetopsychites : il les place aussi dans le sixieme siecle, mais on ne peut deviner sur quel fondement il l’a fait.


Diderot - Encyclopedie 1ere edition tome 16.djvu/281


Blessings in the truth,
John T.



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