Resurrection

The Laughter is Too Loud

Holly White – In Memoriam

Rest In Peace

“The mass of men have been forced to be gay about the little things, but sad about the big ones. Nevertheless it is not native to man to be so. Man is more himself, man is more manlike, when joy is the fundamental thing in him, and grief the superficial. Melancholy should be an innocent interlude, a tender and fugitive frame of mind; praise should be the permanent pulsation of the soul. Pessimism is at best an emotional half-holiday; joy is the uproarious labour by which all things live… Joy ought to be expansive… Christianity satisfies suddenly and perfectly man’s ancestral instinct for being the right way up; satisfies it supremely in this; that by its creed joy becomes something gigantic and sadness something small. The vault above us is not deaf because the universe is an idiot; the silence is not the heartless silence of an endless and aimless world. Rather the silence around us is a small and pitiful stillness like the prompt stillness in a sick-room… So we sit perhaps in a starry chamber of silence, while the laughter of the heavens is too loud for us to hear.” – G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy

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The Resurrection 2014

Today’s blog post can be found over at West Virginia for the Gospel, “a coalition of like-minded individuals who wish to see reformation take hold in West Virginia and the Gospel message be proclaimed throughout.”  I have become a regular contributor and cherish the opportunity I have to participate in building Christ’s Kingdom here in this way.

So please enjoy “The Empty Tomb: Resurrection Theory