Luke 24: 36-53.
The unprecedented, sublime, enigmatic, paradoxical resurrection appearances of Christ continue to the end of Luke’s Gospel. Jesus appears among the disciples as if from nowhere and they panic. Surely, only a ghost could by-pass the need for an open door! However, this ‘ghost’ enjoys eating tilapia and invites the quivering disciples to look at the wounds of crucifixion. Strange but familiar. The Gospel writers tell us Jesus was recognised in a variety of settings. Presuming we don’t often see ‘fish-eating ghosts’ where might we ‘see’ Jesus today?