Nope.Ghada says "Once again, a disciplined reading of the Bible shows these were 'many' of the saints, not all. All that were in Abraham's bosom were led captive to heaven. And that was after preaching to them in hell for three days. The raising of the bodies of many saints, was at His death with a great earthquake.
The dead saints were raised back to life to live on with their old mortal bodies, the same as others in the Bible. There are many such raisings back to natural life in the Bible, beginning with the son of Zarephath, the son of the Shunammite, the man touching the bones of the profit, the daughter of Jairus, the youth in Nain, Lazarus, Tabitha, Eutychas, etc... they all lived on to the end of their natural lives.
They were not eternal resurrections of the dead unto judgement with everlasting life or shame in immortal bodies. If they were, then there would be 9 more 'resurrections' to add to the list.
The resurrection from the dead is a distinctly defined event in the Bible, that is eternal with immortal bodies unto judgement. Being raised back to life with the old mortal body is not a Biblical resurrection of the dead. Any 'resurrection' defined otherwise is not that of the Bible. Some teach being born again and spiritually raised from the death of sins and trespasses. That is not a Biblically defined bodily resurrection from the dead."
You need more verses.
Omission is lowest ground, because you are diminishing Gods word to fit your doctrine.