From the Jan/Feb, 2016 issue of Touchstone
Glorious Flesh by Robin Phillips

Feature

Glorious Flesh

How Dorothy Sayers Taught Me the Meaning of the Resurrection

Having grown up as a Christian, I would always have said I believed in the resurrection of the body. However, the doctrine of resurrection functioned as a kind of footnote in my thinking, while my primary concern was focused on the immortality of the soul. Without giving it much thought, I simply assumed that the doctrine of resurrection was a shorthand way of referring to the salvation of the soul. Even though I had read the Gospel accounts of Christ's resurrection many times, and even though I had . . .


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