Tag Archives: Narrative

Let’s Start at the Very Beginning (Again)

We all live our life by some narrative, even if it’s only “I owe, I owe, so off to work I go.” The narrative frames the activity and gives it meaning.  Of course, most of us have lived our lives … more »

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Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

Finding the framework isn’t as easy as it may sound.  Truth is, there are many frameworks out there, all beckoning that they will give meaning to the mundane, that they will make all the activities of life make sense.  We … more »

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People of the Parable

Roman Polanski’s classic detective thriller, Chinatown, and The Good Samaritan. What do they have in common? Both are intended to keep their audiences squirming long after the credits roll. Both are parables. It is fairly commonplace in the world of theology … more »

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