We cannot see a soul; is it similar to our imaginations?

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We cannot see a soul; is it similar to our imaginations?

From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham

Q: I visited the Titanic exhibit and found it interesting to read the account of how many “souls” were lost in that tragedy. It makes me curious as to why people are referred to as souls instead of bodies or people. We cannot see a soul; is it similar to our imaginations? – S.B.

A: “And the Lord God formed man… and man became a living soul” (Genesis 2:7, KJV). Likewise, the “conscience also [bears] witness” (Romans…

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