“Day” Language and “Night” Language
Religious language for Unitarian Universalists can be challenging. How we describe religious experience and spirituality needs to meet the scientific requirements of modernity without losing the beauty and power of mythic, poetic, and metaphorical truths. One way of navigating this is by employing the concepts of “Day Language” and “Night Language” originally developed by Rev. Michael Dowd. We’ll explore both types and how to use them with integrity.
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