Im·mor·tal·i·ty n.; pl. Immortalities
1. The quality or state of being immortal; exemption from death and annihilation; unending existance; as, the immortality of the soul.
This mortal must put on immortality. --1 Cor. xv. 53.
2. Exemption from oblivion; perpetuity; as, the immortality of fame.
n 1: the quality or state of being immortal [ant: mortality]
2: perpetual life after death
perpetuity of existence. The doctrine of immortality is taught
in the Old Testament. It is plainly implied in the writings of
Moses (Gen. 5:22, 24; 25:8; 37:35; 47:9; 49:29, comp. Heb.
11:13-16; Ex. 3:6, comp. Matt. 22:23). It is more clearly and
fully taught in the later books (Isa. 14:9; Ps. 17:15; 49:15;
73:24). It was thus a doctrine obviously well known to the Jews.
With the full revelation of the gospel this doctrine was
"brought to light" (2 Tim. 1:10; 1 Cor. 15; 2 Cor. 5:1-6; 1