Only one true hero

In the end, all historical figures--and living ones as well--are only useful as they point us to Christ; all are flawed because of their innate and continuing depravity; and this is because there is only one true hero, Jesus himself.
Sean Michael Lucas, commenting on the tensions involved in writing biographies of men who did much for the kingdom of God but who also had serious personal downfalls.
Jesus Christ
June 16, 2008


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