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Thursday, 31 Dec 2015

In'¦stories'¦we learn'¦profound theological truths."
One of the hallmarks of a good storyteller is character development. While one-dimensional, predictable characters can derail a good plot, even a simple story can come alive if inhabited with characters written with depth and complexity. Many of us have forgotten that one of the best ways to approach the Bible is as a story told by and through the many different characters in redemptive history. In their stories, sometimes we learn deep and profound theological truths, brought to the height of worship; while other times we see glimpses of brutal inhumanity that remind us that these ...

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