David Rice over at Fathom (“a digital platform that compels people to seek out the depths of Christian faith”) wrote a compelling little piece about the Wingfeather Saga earlier this month. In it, he talks about some of the formative value of stories.
A good story can situate one rightly in the world. A good story can help us come closer to the deepest, most true things about our lives, our world, our assumptions, and ourselves. A good story can invite us to rethink who is good, and who is bad. A good story draws us into awe and wonder. A good story can also help us remember who we are.
Thank you, David. Readers, you can catch the whole review here.