A listener asked Hank Hanegraaff, Bible Answer Man, if it was un-biblical to cremate.  Mr. Hanegraaff only found one objection to cremation: the bodily resurrection of Jesus, because it is crucial to the gospel.

For Mr. Hanegraaff Jesus’ body was in tact when he was raised.  The assumptions of Mr. Hanegraaff’s objection are too many to mention.

I wonder if Paul told his executioners to somehow stitch back on his head to his body after being beheaded?

Frankly speaking, I see no objection to cremation.  When did the condition and abode of a corpse become a doctrinal issue?