Would that be the one linking here?
While it is a kind of cool perspective, I can't say this is going to fly with mainstream Christians. They have a belief, and it fits with the bible sufficiently well to not be challenged by an alternative, particularly one where the author admittedly does not believe this wierd book entitled The Bible
It was fun seeing the book titles The New Testament
, The Bible
, etc. italicized. I have never seen this in Christian literature... As if the capitalization denotes a person's name rather than a book title. It is interesting to see some of the things religious people do unconsciously to reinforce their belief system.
Biblical immortalism is not the same sort of thing as cryonics immortalism. Jesus promised eternal, not merely extended life. It wasn't speculative either, but 100% guaranteed according to scripture. It was based on faith, not science. It was in a perfect world overseen by God, not merely an advanced society overseen by friendly AI. Equating them is simply logically false in addition to being offensive to actual members of the religion.