(Supreme Court of Cassation)
The resurrection of Christ is not a simple thing. It is the most complex, precisely because it is the culmination of our life and nothing can be compared to it, as no other element on earth can be compared in value with our natural life itself. And this is what we all know about our personal experience. This is the content of the Sacred Texts, the Gospels, and all the books of the New Testament.
Everything is written and immortalized for 2,000 years to teach us how to understand the Resurrection, but also the way we have to go to get there.
For that’s when there is meaning in our lives, our daily life, and our future life. This was the reason why apostle Paul raised the issue of the resurrection of Christ to our ancient ancestors in Athens, in order to indicate to them a new way of approaching the presence of the living God by not repeating old forms but by starting a new individual and personal course of life, which may have a starting point, but not a finish line. On the contrary, assimilated to the resurrection of Christ, it is enriched in intensity and content by the presence of God in everyday life, and this results in increasing rather than decreasing, as unfortunately happens in our natural life.