Do all Christians believe that there can be a mind without a body?
Breakthrough's question again.
- Jim VLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
I can't imagine how one could be a Christian without understanding that the soul/mind exists separately from the material body.
We are not bodies that have souls.
We are souls that currently have bodies.
(Mind is a product of the soul, not the body.)
[C. S. Lewis said something like this, but I could not find the exact quote.]
- PaulLv 61 month ago
Yes, there can, God being the prime example, and angels being lesser examples of the same thing. In addition are humans who have died physically.
- ScarecrowLv 61 month ago
Our mind is a part of the body our spirit and soul use while we are here on this Earth.
- Ernest SLv 71 month ago
That will be the state of the deceased until the resurrection.
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- 𝕾𝖍𝖆𝖉𝖔𝖜𝖋𝖎𝖗𝖊 𝕷𝖎𝖛𝖊𝖘Lv 41 month ago
Jon, if you really want to answer his questions, it would be simpler to just make a new account and go anonymous.
- Crim LiarLv 71 month ago
Awkward question, because unless 100% of the 2,200,000,000 Christians in the world do "actively" believe that, then the answer would be no!
*I suspect you may not have asked the question you thought you asked!
- 1 month ago
If you mean the organ called the brain: NO. If you mean the element of a person that enables them to be aware of the world and their experiences, to think, and to feel; the faculty of consciousness and thought: YES.
- yesmarLv 71 month ago
If one believes in an incorporeal God, then yes. I would guess that "all" Christians don't fall into the same category as to what is believed.
- Chris AncorLv 71 month ago
Most humans believe that. I don't.
- 1 month ago
Yes, example Walt Disney