Reinterpreting Biblical stories in fiction

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Reinterpreting Biblical stories in fiction

Post by QuantumTroll » Thu May 26, 2016 2:58 am

Hey folks, I wrote a short story. Can you guess which story/stories I've "borrowed" from? Extra points if you catch on before the last page!

Here is a link to a GoogleDoc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KH8 ... sp=sharing
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Re: Reinterpreting Biblical stories in fiction

Post by met » Fri May 27, 2016 11:54 am

QT, I did note this, and scanned through quickly, but want to print it out to read it properly ... however, first I must get some more printer paper, this wkd!
The “One” is the space of the “world” of the tick, but also the “pinch” of the lobster, or that rendezvous in person to confirm online pictures (with a new lover or an old God). This is the machinery operative...as “onto-theology."
Dr Ward Blanton

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