A CLOTHESLINE THEOLOGY FOR THE WORLD: HOW A VALUE-DRIVEN GRAND NARRATIVE OF SCRIPTURE CAN FRAME THE GOSPEL
Cook School of Intercultural Studies
This article attempts to answer the question, why is it important to view Scripture as a single grand narrative? Too many of us are specialist in fragmentation when it comes to Scripture. We therefore continue to perpetuate a fragmented understanding of Scripture, and her Author. To grasp a more comprehensive picture of the face of God we must be able to move beyond the individual pieces of clothing placed on the clothesline, whether linear or circular, and learn to value how they all tie together to form a comprehensive wardrobe that brings honor to the Wearer
Bible . New Testament--Quotations from Old Testament; Cross-cultural studies; Symbolism in the Bible
Great Commission Research Journal
Steffen, Tom, "A CLOTHESLINE THEOLOGY FOR THE WORLD: HOW A VALUE-DRIVEN GRAND NARRATIVE OF SCRIPTURE CAN FRAME THE GOSPEL" (2018). Faculty Articles & Research. 728.