The Resurrection of the Dead and the World to Come

After speaking in general about humankind above, Ramchal depicts the relationship between our souls and our bodies [1], and then he takes us on an excursion into the Resurrection of the Dead and the World to Come in relation to the ultimate rectification [2]. So we’ll present the traditional view of those two epoch events, the Zohar’s perspective on them, Ramchal’s views elsewhere, and finally, and what he adds to that here in our section.

Notes:

[1]       See the beginning of his comments to Petach 41.

[2]       See further on there.

(c) 2012 Rabbi Yaakov Feldman

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