Sunday Morning Musings: Story-Shaped
More from Eugene Peterson's difficult, but so thought-provoking book, Eat this Book:
"I had always," wrote G.K. Chesterton in accounting for his Christian belief, "felt life first as a story; and if there is a story, there is a story-teller." We enter this story, following the story-making, storytelling Jesus, and spend the rest of our lives exploring the amazing and exquisite details, the words and sentences that go into the making of the story of our creation, salvation, and life of blessing. It is a story chock full of invisibles and intricate with connections. Imagination is required.