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    Resurrection

    The bringing back to life of human beings for final judgment. Contrary to the belief of pre-Islamic Arabs that physical death is final, the Quran affirms that on the final day all persons will be resurrected and must account for how they have lived their lives. A series of dramatic events will signal the coming of the resurrection. Tradition says Muhammad will be the first to be brought back to life. While bodily resurrection has never seriously been contested by orthodox Islam, some modern commentators interpret the final reckoning to be more spiritual than physical.

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