LETTERS

I am so late in following through in thanking you for Sarah Hyatt's article "The power of Easter—today" in your Easter issue of March 29, but am actually glad of the delay now because one more rereading brought out even more inspiration.

The operative word therein from the start for me has been restore, together with the underlying message of its Easter context that nothing had really been lost. Even the joy of the two followers of Jesus on the road to Emmaus was restored by their unknown companion, whose identity, revealed, showed them that their leader had never been lost. Substance, life, joy—if seemingly lost—all are restored in the context of the article's declaration of our refusal to be bullied by the physical evidence of discord that would try to convince us that God either causes evil or allows it to exist.

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