Is the Resurrection's force tied to an event in the past, or, should we say, only to an event in the past? Or does it continue to "happen" in the sense that it is the one event that continues to make itself known in every age's, in every human being's NOW? The latter, and decisively so, claims Fr. Allen as he unpacks how it is that the Resurrection mimics but clearly surpasses classic liberalism's focus on the present time in contrast to a "conservative" focus on the past.