The Gospels, with a Narrative Apparatus
This project is a follow-up to the 2012 Gospels, which laid out Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John in a readerly fashion, to make their narrative force more immediate. Now for the opposite: to render the narrative structure of the Gospels in systematic definitude.
Catalog, taxonomically, all of the characters in the Gospels.
Sequentially relate all of the verbs in the Gospels, according to a scale of space and time.
(This may call for tools beyond a text editor and a few scripts.)
Then, I suppose, the third: to publish! Print and digital? There would be
interesting things to publish even after just the first
My own purpose is to establish the mycelial network whence bloom The Twelve Believers.
Ruth wants to know all of the scenes that don't include Jesus(!).
I don't know. It's in here and I want it to be out there.
"To share the word of God in a new light." —Ruth
"All about bringing your [as in, my] relationship with God closer [as in, to each other(?!)]." —Miriam
The Twelve Believers inspire me. I can't keep it in. I can't keep it in—I've got to let it out ... but(!) ... safely. Definitively.