Luke 24: 36b - 48
Jesus appeared to the disciples, but they thought they were seeing a ghost. Other translations say "spirit", but they thought they were seeing one anyway. Jesus asks them if a spirit has a body like he does.
I wonder why he didn't say something like, "There's no such thing as a ghost (spirit)." Instead, he seems to admit they exist, but he's not like one.
What do you think about this passage. Did Jesus embrace a concept most of us don't? Should we change?