Contemplation of the Social Identity of a Human Collectivity through Animated Metaphors (family, body) - A Success Factor For Its Functioning.
Case Study - Primary Church
Keywords:family, body, metaphor, primary church, unity, collectivities, social
This article analyzes how the metaphorical identification of a human community with a living, functional organism is a key factor in transmitting the mode of operation into its unity and harmony. The metaphors of the â€œfamilyâ€ and â€œbody,â€ some of which identified the primary church, helped to strengthen the internal and external perception of the church as a well-woven body and ensured its historical survival.
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