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If jesus rose from the dead, is he a Zombie?

Asked by RomanRealtors (115points) December 24th, 2009

zombi: a dead body that has been brought back to life by a supernatural force

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jeffgoldblumsprivatefacilities's avatar

Only if he eats brains, that is what truly makes one a zombie.

tinyfaery's avatar

Yes. And he’s eaten a lot of brains since.

Zackyy's avatar

At the time, its not what the script called for.

AustinusMaximus's avatar

He’s a magical flying psychic space zombie, to be precise.

galileogirl's avatar

As I understand it Zombies require a decaying body, after 2000 years it is dust

master_mind413's avatar

his followers eat his flash and drink his blood sounds like a zombie cult to me

mrentropy's avatar

Was he corporeal when he rose? Or in spirit form? I was never clear on that.

AustinusMaximus's avatar

@mrentropy He returned to corporeal form assuming you believe the story.

AstroChuck's avatar

If he’s jamming with Colin Blunstone, Rod Argent, Chris White, and Hugh Grundy he most certainly is.

Talimze's avatar

Zombies are, in a way, a species under the genus Undead, and Jesus is most certainly undead. He would either have to be a ghost, a vampire, a lich, or a form of animated biomass. The only thing that makes sense is animated biomass.
So basically, yes, Jesus is a zombie.

ratboy's avatar

Whose brain would Jesus snack on?

coolbeans's avatar

@AustinusMaximus you forgot jedi because well he flies he can move stuff with his mind etc.

AustinusMaximus's avatar

@coolbeans I figured magic and psychic would cover, but hell throw Jedi in too, not like it’ll make it any less absurd.

jerv's avatar

I would have to say yes

robaccus's avatar

He is a symbol of re-birth. To be “born again” is to die to the past, start anew.

randomness's avatar

To put it simply, yes.

Aster's avatar

no, He’s not a blood sucker w/fangs. Or is that something else? Dracula. I can’t think of the definition of zombie

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