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Faith, Science and Metaphors


This post is originally published at BioLogos.org. You can view it here. Re-posted here with permission. Metaphors People tend to think of metaphors as simple poetic word plays to adorn or illustrate otherwise dull text. Positively, one might think of … Continue reading

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Metaphors for Diversity


Cultural anthropologist Mary Catherine Bateson once wrote, “There are few things as toxic as a bad metaphor. You can’t think without metaphors.” (A World of Ideas, 1989) Cognitive research shows that she is right. A whole network of conceptual metaphors … Continue reading

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