The Incomparable One
Written By: Joseph Sobran Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation | Posted: Friday, February 9th, 2018
Jesus was far from being an old man when his earthly life ended. He was probably well under 40, roughly the age of Mozart, who died at 35, as his genius was still approaching its unimaginable peak.
By contrast, nobody thinks of Jesus as having died prematurely, as if he had been killed before his teaching had been fully developed, and as if it might have ripened into something more profound and interesting had his life span been longer. There is about his life a sense of completeness; he had done what he had come to achieve. At the very end, he said, "It is consummated." He had foretold his own death and resurrection.
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