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THE SYMBOLISM OF NATURE
THE SYMBOLISM OF TIME
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action activities analogy ancient animal Aristotle associated baptism become behaviour belong blood body Brahman ceremony Christ Christian Church circumcision civilisation communion context covenant creative Cyril of Jerusalem danger death direction distinction Divine drama elements emotional emphasis environment essential established eternal Eucharist existence experience expression fact faith framework gain God's Greek harmony heavenly Hebrew human imagination important individual interpretation Israel Judaism leader Liturgy living Lord's Supper man's mankind Marduk means metaphorical movement myth natural environment Nature offering Old Testament organisation outward particular passover past pattern possible present principle prophet purpose realm recognised Red Sea regarded regular relation relationship religious renewed represent resurrection rhythm rite ritual sacrament sacrifice seal seek seems sense significance social society Spirit supreme symbolic forms symbolise T. S. Eliot Testament things tradition tribes true universe victim W. H. Auden whole word Yahweh