There are some who teach one is true, the other is false. The spiritual resurrection being true, OSAS being false. This to me would be a contradiction. What is one passage the spiritual resurrection is based on?
Revelation 20:6 Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and shall reign with him a thousand years.
This would be a spiritual resurrection according to some. Some then, but not all I'm sure, then teach OSAS is not Biblical. Let's deal with the alleged spiritual resurrection. Only for the sake of argument, Revelation 20:6 teaches a spiritual resurrection that one undergoes when getting saved, and happens before Christ returns.
Assuming this happens when one is saved, then what else can we know about this alleged spiritual resurrection in Revelation 20:6?
For one...but they shall be priests of God and of Christ, and shall reign with him a thousand years. It also says the 2nd death has no power over them. What I'm wanting to know then, where in any Scripture does it teach that once one undergoes this alleged spiritual resurrection can they ever lose it at anytime? Doesn't the text indicate they reign with Christ 1000 years? For the sake of argument only, the 1000 years is to be understood as now, and not literally exactly 1000 years, wouldn't that then mean they reign this entire time with Christ? So how could they somehow lose this reign with Christ? They can't, right? So why are some of these same people who believe in this spiritual resurrection then teaching OSAS is not Biblical? How can that not be a major contradiction? Personally speaking, if I were to believe the first resurrection is meaning spiritual, then no way could I ever disagree with OSAS. But the fact I do disagree with OSAS, I then cannot conclude the first resurrection is spiritual.
So then, if you've read this far, does one agree or disagree with me that a spiritual resurrection being true and NOSAS being false, is a contradiction? If not, then why not?
The point then is, which one is true, and which one isn't, assuming they are a contradiction? If OSAS is false, then how can a spiritual resurrection be true? But I think I already asked that.