Translator: Uiwoo Jeon
Publisher: Scripture Union
376 pages 140 * 209 * 28 mm /476g
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About This Book
“God did not give the Bible, so we could master him or it; God gave the Bible so we could live it, so we could be mastered by it. The moment we think we’ve mastered it, we have failed to be readers of the Bible.”
The ‘blue parakeet' symbolizes controversial and uncomfortable biblical passages that we encounter when we read the Bible. Scot McKnight addresses that the blue parakeet passages are also part of the of the Bible, not to tame, not to rule over, but rather to listen and to live ‘His Story' today.
Scott McNight says that it depends on what we know and how we respond to the Bible verses. When we meet the blue parrot passages while we read the Bible, we have a chance to observe and learn. We must open our hearts and minds to learn how to read the Bible. Let the Word speak itself for new generations! McKnight challenges us to rethink how to read the Bible, not just to puzzle it together into some systematic theology but to see it as a Story that we are summoned to enter and to carry forward in our day.
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