From “The Human Condition: A User’s Manual,” by Arnold Kunst
"Resurrection" is the term we use to describe the transformation that took place when Jesus Christ passed into a new realm of existence unencumbered by all limitations of time and space. And because of the essential unity of all reality, "Resurrection" reverberates down through all ages, before and after; it leaves no stratum of reality untouched, untransformed. It is the supreme positive fact of an otherwise apparently discordant universe. And it explains why the most formidable negation must always crumble before the smallest consistent positive.