God Is the Author Who Enters His Story

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Storytellers invariably feel a deep connection with their stories. This is not surprising, given that every good story is a revelation of its author’s being. Some authors express this connection by writing their stories in first-person narrative. Others actually write themselves into their stories as characters, though few enough manage to do this well (consider C. S. Lewis writing himself into the second book of his Space Trilogy,Perelandra, as well as his unfinished novel, The Dark Tower, or Stephen King’s role in the later books of his own Dark Tower series).

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God Is the Author Who Enters His Story.

 

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