The post-modern apologetic, which looks back to the apostles and the apostolic tradition developed by the ancient fathers, simply tells the story. . . . The heart of the story is how God became one of us to take our suffering into himself, to deal with sin, overcome death, and to be resurrected to new life—all in order that fallen creation could be restored to right relationship with God.

-Robert E. Webber, Who Gets to Narrate the World? Contending for the Christian Story in an Age of Rivals


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