If you were asked to give your own overview of the “big picture” of scripture, what would your account look like?

Do you agree with Newbigin’s assertion above that “the way we understand human life depends on what conception we have of the human story”?Why or why not? Do you understand your own life story as a part of some larger story or stories that give it meaning? If so, what are these stories and in what specific ways do they shape and influence your own story? How might the stories of faithful Christians across the centuries (such as the story of The Forty Martyrs of Sebaste recounted above) inform our own stories and our own understandings of what it means to be a follower of Jesus? The psalms for today, the passage from Acts, and the Apostles’ Creed all recall some of the important parts of the “big picture” of scripture. If you were asked to give your own overview of the “big picture” of scripture, what would your account look like? How would it be similar to or different from these biblical and historical accounts? focus on this web site too https://www.catholiceducation.org/en/culture/catholic-contributions/seeing-the-big-picture-in-scripture.html

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