Authorial assertion, normative spokespersons (characters who give the meaning or sum up the plot), implied authorial viewpoint, selectivity, and arrangement ... tells what happened in their own voice), dramatic narrative (dialogues and speeches), description (details of setting or character), and commentary (1992, 43). Three basic ingredients of a story are setting, characters, and plot (Ryken 1984, 35).
|Title||:||Essays in Biblical Interpretation|
|Author||:||Robert R. Wadholm|
|Publisher||:||In Pursuit of Truth -|