Well, we're not doing theology, which is why we didn't read the epistles. I think of mythology as something that establishes a pattern that then makes the stuff that happens in the world make sense. In the second half of the semester we're going to turn to Greek and Roman mythologies, which define a very different pattern to explain the way the world is organized. I think that nowadays the most powerful mythology is science--and believe me, that statement doesn't mean that I think science is not true.<br><br>
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