The oral tradition established by the Old Testament storytellers
offers today's Christian readers an excellent format for a better
understanding of our faith. James Limburg uses stories and
storytelling to give the believing community new insights into the
study of the Old Testament. He examines stories as a genre and as
an innovative way to interpret the Scriptures. He comes to terms
with the story and culture of the people who lived and wrote the
Old Testament, demonstrating the prominent position storytelling
held in Old Testament times. Remembering that stories and
storytelling also play an important part in our early educational
development, Limburg has created an effective teaching and learning
tool. He deftly relates Old Testament stories, characters, and
events to modern faith and society.
Academic Renewal Press
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