Jesus was a storyteller, and Warren Smith shows how we can follow the Lord's example in promoting ideas. Stories help us to remember abstract ideas by providing meaning and context. Stories invite immersion and teach in ways that mere proclamation cannot.
Smith defines the various elements of a good story and outlines how to become better storytellers. He explains the difference between narrative and metanarrative, contrasts the secular and Christian metanarratives and offers wisdom on how to tell the Christian story in a postmodern world.