Lewis and Analogy
We seem to be living in a time when everything is backwards. Metaphor and analogy are made dominant in the pulpit, when what is mainly called for is clear, reasoned exposition. But then we criticize novels and movies for lacking the precision of doctrinal exposition, when what they should be doing is metaphor and analogy.
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