History reminds us of the past, defines us in the present, and prepares us for the future. In Scripture, we have something more, something we might call holy history. The narratives of the Old Testament become the palette the New Testament authors used to paint the answers to the great questions of God, faith, and human meaning.
Known as the play where Cirque du Soleil meets the Passion, The Thorn tells the transformative story of Christ’s life, crucifixion, and resurrection through the lens of aerial acts, movement arts, and modern dance.
Of all truths in the universe, the most important is the truth of who Jesus is. After all, Truth is not merely an impersonal moral standard. It is a living Person who loved us so much He bears on His hands eternal scars because He rescued us.