Over at Sneer Review, the estimable Sigmund has finally solved a long-standing problem of Biblical exegesis: how to tell a metaphor from a real “truth” (granted, Andrew Sullivan sees a distinction between the “real” and the “true”).
It’s a new tool, The Metaphorical Illuminator, and Sigmund uses it, with wonderful effect, on the Catholic Nicene Creed. At last—science itself can parse scriptural truth from the fiction!
Here’s one result:
Go see how it works.
Oh, and also see how Sigmund highlight’s John Haught’s big mistake in our debate in Kentucky.