recreated or reborn; spiritually renewed
Hebrew term (transliteration) used in the Old Testament to refer to the place of departed spirits, both the righteous and the wicked (e.g. - Psalm 9:17)
the age to come
'olam habbah' in Hebrew, a phrase used by rabbis and leaders in Israel to describe the future age of righteousness, love, joy and peace that would follow the exile; time when all of God's purposes will be fulfilled; also known as “the last days,” “the kingdom of God,” and "the age of a new covenant"
'olam hazeh' in Hebrew, a phrase used by rabbis and leaders in Israel to describe the present age of sin, suffering and death
not recreated or reborn; spiritually dead
in the Ancient Near East, a king or nation that must submit to a more powerful emperor or king (suzerain)