When someone dies their body decays.
Doesn't it ?
Not necessarily. There are hundreds of examples of people who have died but after death their bodies have stayed uncorrupted. How do we reconcile something that is impossible with the repeated evidence that it has happened.
Thoughts ? Check out the video and some of the URLs.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jE0j8M1PfoAccording to the laws of nature, when a person dies, the body decays, becoming corrupt and withering away. But there are saints in the Catholic Tradition whose bodies have defied all laws of science and have been preserved in ways which do not concur with the natural law. Science is as yet unable to explain them. There are dozens, if not hundreds of Saints considered to be Incorrupt. This video shows just a few.