The Romance of Religion Paperback
Fighting for Goodness, Truth, and Beauty
by Dwight Longenecker;
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The Romance of Religion
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In The Romance of Religion, Dwight Longenecker calls for the return of the mythic hero – the hero who knows his own frailty and can fight the good fight with panache, humour and humility. Conflict and the great quest are everywhere in the story of Christ, and our participation in this myth that really happened not only guides our souls but empowers us to live full of whimsy and wonder and to wade into battle as happy warriors.
A fine romance is a good story – a story, like all good stories everywhere and at every time, that reveals eternal truth within a gripping tale. We are entranced by a good story not only because the plot is slick and the storyteller skilled. We are captivated by a good story because it incarnates the truth. A good storyteller locks the truth so tightly that you cannot get at the truth without telling the story.
Is Christianity a myth? Yes. It’s a myth that really happened, and most disturbing of all, it’s a myth that can happen to us as we embark on the romance of religion.
The Romance of Religion by Dwight Longenecker was published by Thomas Nelson in February 2014 and is our 9765th best seller. The ISBN for The Romance of Religion is 9780849921957.
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Details for The Romance of Religion
|Page last updated||15th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Dwight Longenecker|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (February 2014)|
|Number of Pages||240|