Speaker: Stacy Craig
Easter is often told as a supernatural story, where the fully human and fully divine anointed one, the Christ, is resurrected from death to guarantee eternal life to all humanity. What happens when we tell the Easter story as a natural story? We dig into the deep roots of ancient spring celebrations that celebrated the transformation of fallen leaves and plants into the humus of life-giving soil. We find the trajectory of hope in the world that happens when ordinary people take action to not let death have the final word or meaninglessness and despair the loudest cry in times of tragedy. Let us come together and share all of the natural wonders of Easter.
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