2 thoughts on “McGrath on Choosing the Bible”

  1. Daniel, isn’t the bible narrative really the story of God and man engaging each other through real living? The question is, “am I truly striving to engage God in my daily life, and am I genuinely open to God as a real Person, to both engage and challenge me?” As long as that is happening, the bible, however you define it, becomes what it should be–a lively account of God and man encountering one another with far reaching implications–implications to be realized and understood within the context of everyone’s own present encounters, both with God and the world.

    1. Yes, Azion, that’s the trajectory I’m trying to head (in my own little way). See today’s post for a bit more of a constructive attempt at getting my head around “the Bible” and what it’s for.

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