THE LOGIC OF " NOT ENOUGH" OR "TOO MUCH".
And this time it is: not enough time, or too much time...!
The Corporal-Spirit Resurrection of Mary of Magdalene Mother of Jesus of the story of the Bible.
The fact of the Assumption
Regarding the day, year, and manner of Our Lady's death, nothing certain is known. The earliest known literary reference to the Assumption is found in the Greek work De Obitu S. Dominae. Catholic faith, however, has always derived our knowledge of the mystery from Apostolic Tradition. Epiphanius (d. 403) acknowledged that he knew nothing definite about it (Haer., lxxix, 11). The dates assigned for it vary between three and fifteen years after Christ's Ascension. Two cities claim to be the place of her departure: Jerusalem and Ephesus. Common consent favours Jerusalem, where her tomb is shown; but some argue in favour of Ephesus. The first six centuries did not know of the tomb of Mary at Jerusalem.
The belief in the corporeal assumption of Mary is founded on the apocryphal treatise De Obitu S. Dominae, bearing the name of St. John, which belongs however to the fourth or fifth century. It is also found in the book De Transitu Virginis, falsely ascribed to St. Melito of Sardis, and in a spurious letter attributed to St. Denis the Areopagite. If we consult genuine writings in the East, it is mentioned in the sermons of St. Andrew of Crete, St. John Damascene, St. Modestus of Jerusalem and others. In the West, St. Gregory of Tours (De gloria mart., I, iv) mentions it first. The sermons of St. Jerome and St. Augustine for this feast, however, are spurious. St. John of Damascus (P.G., I, 96) thus formulates the tradition of the Church of Jerusalem:
St. Juvenal, Bishop of Jerusalem, at the Council of Chalcedon (451), made known to the Emperor Marcian and Pulcheria, who wished to possess the body of the Mother of God, that Mary died in the presence of all the Apostles, but that her tomb, when opened, upon the request of St. Thomas, was found empty; wherefrom the Apostles concluded that the body was taken up to heaven.
Today, the belief in the corporeal assumption of Mary is universal in the East and in the West; according to Benedict XIV (De Festis B.V.M., I, viii, 18) it is a probable opinion, which to deny were impious and blasphemous.
...the purelogic principle of " not enough or too much ": applies to many things...!
...this time we have to do it to the too important "story" of the Bible...! Not because of their good behavioral moral influence, by fear of eternal punishment in the "inferno"...! But because of not sufficient "logic proof", and because the logic of the Bible is just too insufficient in good enough logic, rather the Bible is mostly absurd...!
...so what does all this mean ? :
 if you want to prove the "resurrection" of JESUS, you do it for all and publicly !
 you make sure the guy is real DEAD, that is, all cut up, or the heart out, and head cut off...! and finally cremated...!
 you make sure the guy is dead for at least 40 days...!!! That is you resurrect not from out of there, but from the ocean, or off a cliff or down a river...! [they would put a guy alive back in the sepulcher...! and with us all drugged...!]
 then you show the resurrection for all of us to see, and touch...!
 for Mary to resurrect from no-where, is a worse story ...! And too much time after...!
...secondly i repeat, the Book of Pure Logic has a literature BIBLIOGRAPHY, including the Bible, and also thus makes reference to it in analysis, because of it's ACADEMIC presence and Governments support and/or presence, as big dinosaurs of thought and logic. OTHERWISE WHY WASTE MY TIME, IN ANY MENTION AT ALL...!
THIRDLY, if you think by trickery, fear, or other, or bogus stories like those of EVOLUTION, you are going to be perpetrated ! YOU SURE HAVE SO FAR...!