The Storyteller’s Guide to the Galaxy 

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The Storyteller’s Guide to the Galaxy 

Humans are story-making creatures. We make sense of our lives by fitting them within the stories others tell us, or that we tell ourselves; and it’s increasingly recognised that a key component of well-being is the sense of being part of something bigger than we are. Within a culture of fragmented micro-stories, this becomes a problem.

Understanding the primacy of narrative to being human helps us to listen better, appreciate where others are coming from, and even gives us more chance of changing each other's minds. As an invitation to join up our individual stories with the master narrative of the universe, Christian faith taps into one of the great unmet needs of our time.

Date: 20th March, 2019

Venue: Rouse Hill Anglican College

Speaker: Dr Natasha Moore

 

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Speaker: Dr Natasha Moore

Natasha is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity. She has a PhD in English Literature from the University of Cambridge and is the author of Victorian Poetry and Modern Life: The Unpoetical Age, as well as editor of 10 Tips for Atheists … and other conversations in faith and culture. She has worked for CPX since 2014 and written for the mainstream media on topics that include books, movies, politics,
 food, domestic violence, Scripture in schools, war, Thanksgiving, and freedom of speech.