Tuesday, June 26, 2007


My wife has posted several Noah-isms on her blog. These are the funny ways that our son expresses himself. He really thinks about some deep issues and all too often his vocabulary outclasses his age.
So today my brilliant little seven year-old was already having some issues with making his theology and his science interlace. Somehow, we got on the subject of death. He began talking about the resurrection, or in his terms, “the time when everything comes back to life.”
“Dad, you know the time when everything comes back to life? Will that happen before or after the sun expands past the orbit of the Earth? Because if it happens after the sun expands we’ll probably have to come back to life on some other planet. And if it happens before we’d have to start looking for another planet pretty soon.”

I’m not quite sure how to answer that one…

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