The First Love Story
Tuesday, we’re talking about the oldest relationship in the Christian world: Adam and Eve. Writer Bruce Feiler says they confronted the ultimate human fear - loneliness - and defeated it with love.
Tuesday, we’re talking about the oldest relationship in the Christian world: Adam and Eve. The writer Bruce Feiler says the two don’t get the credit they deserve, and in his book, he aims to redeem them for a new generation. According to Feiler, the tale of Adam and Eve is a timeless myth that still has much to teach us. They confronted the ultimate human fear - loneliness - and defeated it with the ultimate human expression - love. Feiler joins us to explore the meaning of the first love story. (Rebroadcast)
Bruce Feiler writes the “This Life” column for the Sunday New York Times. He’s the writer/presenter of the PBS series “Walking the Bible” and “Sacred Journeys with Bruce Feiler.” He’s also the author of six a number of books, including Walking the Bible, The Secrets of Happy Families, and his latest, The First Love Story: Adam, Eve, and Us [Independent bookstores|Amazon|Audible].