On Religious Language and Transcendence

Here’s another Facebook comment, this one expressing something of my view of religious language:

I don’t think any human language is adequate. But I think that language which points towards and is drawn from the deepest, most meaningful, and most self-transcending aspects of our own experience is more adequate than language which reflects human experience at its most shallow, most narrow, most clearly constrained by our worst imperfections and biases.

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