Matt Litton wrote "The Mockingbird Parables" to help draw out Christian themes within the pages of this classic. There is so much to be taught (and learned) about Boo Radley as a God-figure, always watching us. We can draw on the descriptions of the community within this book to help us build a faith community of believers that help one another out in times of need.
I am unlike Litton; I haven't picked up a copy of TKAM since that first time. I read it in class like everyone else, never stopping to pick it up again (or having the time since I was reading other books for other classes). Although I remember the story better than many books I've read (and I've read a LOT). Probably because it is a profound story that goes beyond the overlaying plot of racism and false accusations. It tells a story about community, coming of age, and too many parables to count, even if we didn't see them in our first reading of the book.
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