Humanity has sometimes been called a “storytelling animal.” Storytelling is one of the things that separates us from the animals, though, and reveals not only our humanity, but our capacity as image bearers. We tell stories to make sense of the our world, and our stories shape our experience of that world. This reality makes the power of the gospel and the story of redemption history all the more clear: God wired us to be shaped by these stories, and to know him, our world, and one another, in their light.
The Center for Faith and Culture invites you to come hear Mike Cosper on Tuesday, September 20 at 7:00pm for our Drummond-Bush Lectureship. He will be lecturing on “Shaped by Stories and Shaping Stories.”
Drummond-Bush Lectureship | Tuesday | September 20 | 7:00pm | Center for Faith and Culture Seminar Room