In one of his most popular works, C.S. Lewis talks about the inevitable divorce between good and evil: a comforting philosophical notion that allows adherents to be right or to be able to choose the winning side–as the sons of men often and arrogantly boast–“to be on the right side of history.” But what if there are no winning sides? What if, as Jesus said, “no one is good?” In 2 Corinthians, St. Paul also talks about a divorce, not between good and evil, but between what is perishable and what is imperishable. Richard and Fr. Marc continue their discussion of 2 Corinthians 5.
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