Increasingly, representatives of diverse disciplines have come to a significant consensus about human identity. Each of us constructs and lives in a narrative that is, in fact, us. If this is the case, we will need an outside source to construct a narrative that is both good and true—one to which and in which we can give our lives. Such a story is given us in Holy Scripture and in the collective memory of the church.
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Jacobson, Rolf A. “We Are Our Stories: Narrative Dimension of Human Identity and Its Implications for Christian Faith Formation.” Word & World 34, no. 2 (2014): 123–30.
Jacobson, Rolf A., "We Are Our Stories: Narrative Dimension of Human Identity and its Implications for Christian Faith Formation" (2014). Faculty Publications. 102.