I have written previously about Alexis de Tocqueville’s 1836 observation that America’s unique strength was how Judeo-Christian faith and values were woven deeply and inexorably into the multi-faceted quilt of our society. People might differ on the details of...
The Power of Fiction to Transform
Fiction engages the heart and spirit as well as the mind, and emotion can be a strong catalyst for change.
Fiction can propose alternative outcomes and beliefs in ways that are powerful but incremental, allowing the reader to consider them over time.
From Aesop’s Fables to Christ’s Parables, we know that most people can remember a story much better than facts and figures.