The Gift of Story

The Gift of Story

by Ralph Milton


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Ralph Milton shares insights about storytelling related to themes ranging from mythology and human identity, to social justice, changing from the inside out, tragedy, awe and mystery, hope and promise, and more. But the story is always central; the story is always "the thing." Includes key biblical stories about seminal biblical characters - Eden and Eve, Jonah, the prodigal, Mary and Elizabeth, the Ethiopian eunuch, Zacchaeus, Mary of Magdala, Sarah…and more. In The Gift of Story, Milton romps through a lively reflection on what stories mean to humans, "the storytelling animal," how we can all stories to enrich our lives, and rejoice in the complimentary role that stories and the logic of science play in our lives. It's a fun read full of lively, refreshing stories and insights.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781773430324
Publisher: Wood Lake Publishing
Publication date: 08/17/2018
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Dr. Ralph Milton is one of Canada's best-known religious communicators, and a recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Sacred Letters from St. Stephen's College, Edmonton. He also has an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity from the Vancouver School of Theology. A former news broadcaster, open line host and church administrator, Milton is the author of 17 books including the bestselling Family Story Bible; Angels in Red Suspenders; and Julian's Cell, a novel based on the life of Julian of Norwich. On the Internet, Ralph Milton publishes the popular e-zine Rumors, which uses liberal doses of humour and story to communicate a lively faith. Co-founder of Wood Lake Publishing, Ralph Milton lives in Kelowna, British Columbia, with his wife and friend of 50 years, Beverley, a retired church minister. Together, they remain the ever-proud grandparents of Zoe and Jake.

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