We proclaim Jesus in words, dispute theological differences in words, exhort the faithful in words. But the spoken and the written word were never the whole of what Christians do. We sing. Sometimes we dance. And we make pictures. Some of those pictures allow us to question and to exhort just as much as words do, and John Dominic Crossan’s recent book Resurrecting Easter questions the ways in which different Church traditions have done the work of representing Christianity’s core event. Christian Humanist Profiles is happy to welcome Dominic on the show.