"We're left with this funny feeling, as much scary as it is exciting. That despite the detritus of Christendom, despite all the arguments and counter-arguments, beyond the old books and old words -it's not unreasonable to dare to think, "he did it". He actually did it. And all history is cracked in his wake."
Last night, our focus was on the Resurrection of Christ - its basis in history, its part in God's redemption, its purpose in vindicating and exalting the Son. In the works of G.K. Chesterton, all human history died in the night. Now the Gardener walks in the garden, not in the cool of the evening, but the dawn.
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