From the March/April, 2015 issue of Touchstone
Jesus Now Glorified by Patrick Henry Reardon

Column: As It Is Written. . . .

Jesus Now Glorified

by Patrick Henry Reardon

If we reflected on it more closely, perhaps we would observe something curious, even surprising, in the Gospel stories about Jesus after his Resurrection; namely, what I venture to call a quality of restraint. Except for the wounds in his flesh (Luke; John), the risen Savior appears to his disciples rather much as they remembered him from before. He is alive, of course, but he does not display—visibly—the signs St. Paul seems to suggest as characteristic of the resurrected body: "It is sown in dishonor, it is raised in glory. It is sown in weakness, it is raised i . . .


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