Contrast With Christ

Plato’s famous “Allegory of the Cave” draws a contrast between that which is subjective, relative, temporal, and fake, and that which is objective, absolute, eternal, and real. Here’s a summary and explanation of Plato’s allegory, which includes a video: Use this ancient story to help illustrate key differences between the flesh and Christ. The former is momentary, mutable, and subjective; the latter is everlasting, immutable, and absolute. (Be careful, however, not to denigrate God’s physical creation; it is only flesh as corrupted by sin and death that we are contrasting Christ with.)