Without a doubt, two thousand years is a long time between us and the presence of Christ in Judea at that time.
Paradoxically though, we read the same book, face the same problems, the same challenges and the same questions for those two thousand years.
Excluding the technology of the last hundred years, we all agree that nothing has changed in humans.
Needs are the same in food and human relations, questions about life and death remain relentless within generations.
Addressing the same questions therefore requires the seriousness and responsibility that Christ himself asked of his disciples when they themselves asked the same questions as ours.
For the Greeks, the common language then and today is a good tool to ask questions and get answers through the Holy Letters, the answers given by Christ Himself. If we do not ask the questions, there can be two reasons for it.
Either we do not care about the quality and length of our lives, or there is a wall of fog that questions the value of the truth our questions have. Remember, though; behind the clouds and the fog there is always the sun and the truth.