At A few seconds ago, knightsofthecircle wrote:
That's like saying if Jewish people count as Christians. It's similar in some ways, but in reality totally different.
I'm going to disagree. Here's why; Let's say there's a totally hypothetical situation and involves a person of ill refute. Let's call him Henry... So Henry starts his day by doing by doing some drugs. He starts it easy by smoking some weed in the morning, and he gets the munchies. You know, he gets fucking hungry as shit, and he eats his breakfast, and after that he goes to work. Now Henry has mild scoliosis or whatever. He feels back pain, so he takes a valium. He says to himself "This shit isn't working" and ups his dose. He does this and starts to drink when he gets home. He has about 18 pills by the end of the day. He's fucking gone, and goes home to drink where he OD's. Thankfully his neighbor finds him drooling in his house. I guess he needed to borrow the lawnmower or whatever, but whatever, he calls the ambulance and Henry is flatlining. He's officially DEAD. No go, no collect your 200 dollars, and you lost the boot for your monopoly game. However, one of the kiddies in the ambulance thought to himself "Flatline + Basic Medic training = Sexy lotion on Henry's chest and sensual defib love". Basically he gets shocked to life. Wait, he was dead? Now alive? But, then he's a zombie. No, he was temporary dead, and was a near death scenario that was totally hypothetical, and your statement is moot.