In the Beginning, There Were Stories: Thoughts about the Oral Tradition of the Bible
Twenty-Third Publications, 2004 - 210 pages
Can be used both as an introduction to reading Scripture or as a tool to help readers understand Scripture from a new perspective. In conversational style, bestselling author Father Bill Bausch discusses revelation, truth wrapped in story, the difference between print and oral stories, and the chasm between biblical and contemporary culture.
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