[To indwell the gospel story] it is clear that this “indwelling” must mean being part of the community whose life is shaped by the story which the Bible tells. When we live as part of this story, constantly remembering and reenacting its crucial events, as we do in the liturgy of the Church, it becomes like our language. It provides the models and concepts through which we seek to understand and cope with the events of daily life. In a stable Christian community, we learn it the same way we learn our mother tongue.
|—||Lesslie Newbigin, Truth to Tell: The Gospel as Public Truth pp47-48|