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7 Responses to “Meadows”

  1. Dave T says:

    Mike, my favorite Lewis book: The Great Divorce. Well said. What’s the best way to make this a FB post?

  2. Barnabas says:

    Does the multitude of characters and context described by John Bunyan in Pilgrim’s Progress and The Holy War show how ‘meadows’ and other landscapes can often be personalised ‘creations’ and experiences ?

  3. Mike Metzger says:

    Perhaps. I haven’t considered that. What do you think?

  4. Barnabas says:

    I think that we each find certain metaphors resonant to ourselves, in particular ‘landscapes’ for the journey. Noting ‘valleys’ ‘mountain tops’, ‘deserts’ and ‘storms’. Relating to the joy and pain that we encounter.
    As with parables they unlock an emotional as well as rational and spiritual responses.Each pilgrim’s progress reflecting there ‘language’ for the context.

  5. Barnabas says:

    http://www.onbeing.org/program/inner-landscape-beauty/transcript/1125

  6. Barnabas says:

    http://theliterarylink.com/metaphors.html

  7. Barnabas says:

    https://www.christianhistoryinstitute.org/magazine/article/pilgrims-progress-dream-that-endures/

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