Reading the Bible is like looking out of a window and seeing a crowd out in the street shading their eyes and gazing with intense interest at something that we can’t see because of the roof of the building from which we’re peering out. They gesture and they point and they speak in a language we can’t decipher. They are very excited about something. Something is happening or is about to happen, but what is it? – Karl Barth
This four part series takes the listener through an often imaginative overview of some of the most significant biblical stories. Using aspects of René Girard’s mimetic theory as an interpretive lens through which to see the dynamics of the stories in both anthropological and theological perspectives.
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