Narrative Theology

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Paul Tripp made a helpful comment Sunday about the nature of biblical revelation.  The Bible, he said is a "theologically-annotated narrative," a story that comes with "God's notes."  This comment does justice to the narrative structure of the Bible as a whole, while avoiding the trap of thinking only in narrative terms.  The Bible is a special kind of narrative: a theologically-annotated one.  Thus its saving story comes with propositional truths.

Posted December 18, 2007 @ 10:43 AM by Phil Ryken
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