“The glory of God is man alive, but the life of man is the vision of God.” — St. Irenaeus, Against All Heresies, c. 180 A.D. in Lyons, France

“The ‘living man’ intended by Irenaeus is Christ himself, in whose life we believers contemplate the Father’s glory revealed in the Son.” —Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, in an article about the phrase of St. Irenaeus published several years ago in Touchstone magazine (link).

God’s Glory Man Alive

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