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Quote of the Week: David Naugle

They are an inescapable trait of human beings who live by faith in their big stories.

— David K. Naugle, Philosophy: A Student’s Guide (Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2012), 67.

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Transforming stories: an interview

I did this interview with Jeppe Dyrendom Graugaard back at the end of 2012, as part of his PhD research. The original is here. Do visit Jeppe’s other site, … 4,470 more words


The Promise of Act One

the fallen tree’s eyeless stare
bears into my mind; is this
adventure’s calling, the
inciting incident of a heroic
narrative, the first page
of Act One? 48 more words


"Perhaps he was writing my story"

“Perhaps he was writing my story, as I wrote his; perhaps, with the comfortable life I had given him, he longed to lose himself in uncomfortable escapades of this sort. 218 more words


A Master's Piece in the making

There are great narratives in the Bible of miracles and redemption. Such as, the amazing story of an artist who looks into darkness and emptiness to create a universe with the instrument of His tongue painting with words existence and reality. 395 more words