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Fiction as Testimony to Truth

A few people have asked me to clarify what I mean about a theology of fiction. Below I will give an example. I also want to be clear that I do not mean to suggest we “develop” “a” theology. Rather, we can recognize how the revelation of Scripture, the Incarnation of Christ, and the means of grace simply seep out of anything that bears testimony to truth.

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Theology of Fiction

There is a little section in the introduction to Fred Baue‘s new book subtitled Toward a Theology of Fiction. Ladies and gentlemen, couldn’t we put together a book of essays, Toward a Theology of Fiction?! What should we include?

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