“Tales of faith, rooted in some of the Gospel parables, are highly imaginative pieces of writing . . . The way in which they pick up, but then expand and move on from the parables, makes them memorable expositions of love’s meaning.” —Rev. Canon Hugh Wybrew, Oxford, UK
These are tales based on the famous parables of the New Testament but presented from a perspective that is entirely different, surprising and captivating. The familiar plot is developed—and develops—in order to arrive at an unforeseeable conclusion, in which the gospel of Love affects every man as an individual and relates to all humanity as a whole.
These are tales which will ask Christianity and Christians the penetrating questions: to what extent are they faithful to the sacred principle of non-discrimination, and what is the strength of their devotion to equality, fraternity and liberty, in the full sense of their perfect, divine meaning, from everlasting and until this day.