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Christian Today covers our event on storytelling and the Gospel.
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Christians should love stories. After all, the Bible – the greatest story ever told’ – is full of them. But ‘Christian’ fiction these days has unfortunate reputation for not being the best, to put it kindly. Meanwhile the more ‘ungodly’ tales seem to also be some of the most profound, engaging – and even theological.
The tale of God and human storytelling is a complex narrative. It’s a puzzle that was engaged this week by the think tank Theos, whose event ‘Fiction or Gospel truth: can good stories tell a godly story?‘ hosted a fascinating conversation on fiction and theology.
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The Theos Team
Posted 8 December 2017
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Theos researches and investigates the intersection of religion, politics and society in the contemporary world.