Revived Resuscitated Reborn
by Clay Morgan
"With humor, spiritual wisdom, and a rotting corpseload of pop-culture savvy, Clay Morgan opens the casket on what we've always suspected but may have been hesitant to embrace: Life is precious. Death makes it that way. And God is the ultimate funeral crasher."
—Jason Boyett, author of Pocket Guide to the Afterlife and O Me of Little Faith
Author Clay Morgan tells us how zombies, vampires, and biblical stories of dead people brought back to life can teach us how to be truly alive forever.
Author Clay Morgan weaves his own experience of being left at a funeral home as a 4-year-old with funeral-crashing stories from Luke, Princess Bride, and Monty Python in this excerpt from his new book Undead.
Read more about Clay Morgan and Undead at his website, Clay Writes.
The widely-watched premiere last night of Season Three's The Walking Dead begs the question: Why do we continue to flock to this type of brutal entertainment?
How Zombies can help us understand our own spiritual longings.
To a world increasingly fascinated by the dark and deadly, Clay Morgan offers a relevant gospel and practical way forward.
When we emerge from that black pit and into the light, it’s like God gives us a great big bear hug and says, “Welcome to life.”
I enjoyed the way that Morgan would segue from pop culture supernatural to his life and then bring it home to Christ and personal points we all can ponder about our own faith.
What are we supposed to learn from this radical and maybe even ridiculous belief of resurrection?