Prophecy Sign: Increased Knowledge - Ending Death?
Personally, we could not think of a more hellish existence than to live forever in this increasingly godless world, (well aside from Hell itself). But God love the Transhumanists, that's their plans. Whether by genetic manipulation or cyborg enhancement, the anti-aging activists are all striving for immortality down here on planet X. A strange verse in the book of Revelation may seem to indicate that these scientists do eventually achieve some form of deathless existence. Now we know this verse in context is referring to the sting of a scorpion like creature that lasts for months, (people will want to die rather than live with the pain). However, would a person not be able to just just shoot themselves or by other means, end their life? Seems not.
During those days people will seek death but will not find it; they will long to die, but death will elude them. Revelation 9:6 NIV
Forever Exists! Secrets to Immortality Uncovered
Ever thought of becoming immortal and living forever ? Well, the secrets have been uncovered after Chinese scientists for the first time revealed that gene editing tools like CRISPR can modify human embryos and can increase lifespan. Well, technology has changed the way we live. Now there are several gene editing tools that can make you live forever. Watching superheroes and being fascinated by their undefeated powers to live long and strong, somewhere we humans dream of to become immortal or wish to live long like them.
The Church of Perpetual Life Wants to End Deathism
Whether you like it not, America is a culture mired in deathism—the idea that human death is natural, inescapable, and ultimately desirable because it unites one with God. Lately, though, the burgeoning transhumanism movement is challenging all that. Gerontologists, crynocists, singularitarians, biohackers, roboticists, geneticists, futurists, and anti-aging activists—all considered part of the transhumanist platform—are standing up and demanding humans conquer biological death. Once seen as fringe, but now increasingly seen as potentially visionary, transhumanists are challenging the very nature of what it means to be a human being.