The Life and Times of Billy Ryman, first King of America: a harmony of Christ’s parables
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_wp_text text=”Have you ever wondered if Jesus’ ‘parables’ were actually stories about real people? Have you ever though, ‘what if the parable of the talents was actually a story about three guys Jesus knew in high school?’
I’ve wondered about that stuff. A lot, actually. I’ve even wondered if it were possible that ALL of Jesus’ parables were about just one guy and his family, friends, and adversaries. Like maybe there’s some guy out there living a wild, ridiculous life of incredible reversal and triumph and his many foibles, failures, and victories have given Jesus enough sermon material to last a lifetime.
That’s the premise behind Billy Ryman’s story, a composite-narrative of all Christ’s parables recounting the high-octane life of a fortunate fool.
To be clear, I don’t actually think there’s any historical credibility to this notion…it’s just fun!”][/vc_column][/vc_row]