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Index
Abraham, blessing through, 126
absence, 377
action, 248, 249, 250
active sentences, 254–255
Adam, 30, 37, 93
Adam and Eve, 10, 103–108, 112–114
additional incidents (story), 199
advertising, 110–111
agent, 248, 249, 250
agnostics, 70
alienation, from God, 41, 116, 314
alphabet, 261, 262
analogy, 48, 256
analysis, 170–171, 173
analytical behavioreme, 171n2
Anglo-Saxon, 65
animals, 71n7
animism, 145
anthropology, 229, 316
antithesis, 111–112, 114–115, 322
antiwar movement, 305
arbitrariness, 315
archetype and ectype, 29, 32, 252, 254, 255–256
ark of the covenant, 292
artistic creation, 34
assertion, 357, 359–360
assertives, 353, 358n22, 361
associations, 280–281
associative relations, 334
atheism, 70, 74, 223, 322, 323
atonement, 117, 118
attributes of God, in language, 64–77
audience, 21–22, 32–34
Austin, John, 353, 354n10, 356n16, 357nn17–18, 
367n52, 368n55, 369n56
author, death of, 372–375
authorial intent, 173–174, 176, 177, 178
authority, 25, 30, 41
autonomy, 105, 106–107, 113–114, 148, 152, 
176n10, 225–226, 234, 235, 239, 246, 373, 
387, 388
Babel, 40, 125, 127, 137
backlooping, 89
baptism, 120, 212
in name of Trinity, 278
Barth, Karl, 323
beauty, of rules, 75–76
Beekman, John, 198
behavioremes, 152–159, 272, 354–355
Bible
accessibility of, 190
divine and human authorship of, 166, 188
inspiration of, 166
interpretation of, 172, 180–185, 359
metanarrative of, 382
as supracultural, 142n9
transformative effect of, 189
translation of, 142
as true, 291–293
universality and particularity of, 142–143
as Word of God, 9
Big Bang, 227
bitransitive clauses, 258
blessing, 23, 101
Bloomfield, Leonard, 335
body of Christ, 131
born again experience, 213
breath, 20, 268–269
brute facts, 239n11
Buddhism, 299–300, 322
Bultmann, Rudolf, 229n1, 231–232, 323
Caiaphas, 374, 388–389
Caltech, 305
canon, and covenant, 361
Carroll, Lewis, 262, 263
case relations, 248
cause, 249
challenge, 206–207, 211, 212
characters, 215
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 65
cherubim, 284
Chesterton, G. K., 107
choice, in language, 385
Chomsky, Noam, 335–337, 340–343, 362n31, 
363n35
Christianized Platonism, 328
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Index
Christian schooling, 305n1
Christocentric preaching, 217n5
circumcision, 129, 142, 145
civility, 310
classifier’s perspective, 151
clauses, 88, 248–250, 257
clear, interprets unclear, 182
climax (story), 199
cognitive linguistics, 337
coinherence
in behavioremes, 156–157
of contrast and variation, 247
in human communication, 31–34, 77
in Trinity, 21–22, 25, 26–27, 77, 247, 267–268, 
272, 279, 329
command, 357, 359–360
commands/requests, 243–244
commentary (story), 199
commission, work, and reward, 100–101, 197, 
199–200
commissives, 354, 358n22, 361
commonality, 189
common grace, 114–115, 118–120, 175, 218, 237, 
249
common knowledge, 51
communication
contaminated by fall, 175
goal of, 167
communism, 309
complication (story), 199
componential analysis, 346–347
conative dimension of language, 358
conduct of lives, and language, 13
connections, 258
constructs, 151–152
consummation, 98
content, 260, 263
context, 58, 86
context (distribution), 243
in genre, 187
and name of God, 279
Plato on, 327
of redemptive stories, 214
in speech-act theory, 355
and truth, 246–247, 293
and words, 272–273
contextualization, 144–147
contradiction, 164
contrastive-identificational features, 152n5, 154, 
156–157, 158, 169n6
in genre, 187
and realism, 275
and name of God, 279
of redemptive stories, 214
in speech-act theory, 355
and truth, 246–247, 293
and words, 272–273
control, 249
in behavioremes, 157
in creation, 26
and creativity, 44–45
and fall, 106
in genre, 189
in God’s speech, 24–28
in human speech, 30–31
and interpretation, 173
and language, 53–54
of meaning, 167–168
and Son, 25
as transcendence, 95, 321, 322
and wave perspective, 57
and work of accomplishment, 101
conversation, 86, 87
Cornelius, 127
counterfeiting, 112–114, 116, 144, 219–227, 234, 
235, 323–324
covenant, 292, 361
creation, 97, 109
goal of, 98
by God’s speech, 23–24, 25–27
groaning inwardly, 98
creation myths, 226–227
creativity, 34–35, 42, 373
human, 47–49
in interpretation, 182, 183
in language, 43–45, 185
and stability, 183
crime, 76
critical realism, 239n10
cross-cultural barriers, 131–133, 147–148
cruelty, 226n8
Culler, Jonathan, 379n19
culmination, 157
culture, 87, 133–134, 313
Darwinism, 221–223
David, 211
day of atonement, 93
death, 112–113
death and resurrection theme, 212, 213, 375
deceit, 104, 109–110, 123, 220
de-centering, 378–379
declarations, 354, 358n22
deconstruction, 370–382
deism, 51
deliverance, 211, 212
demiurge, 328
demonic bondage, 146, 220
demons, casting out of, 214
demythologization, 231–232
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dependence, 57–59
derivative creativity, 96
Derrida, Jacques, 153n6, 261n4, 371, 377n13
descriptive clauses, 258
descriptive linguistics, 62–63
diachronic linguistics, 332
dialects, 62
digital communication, 190
directives, 354, 361
direct object, 258
disobedience, 105
disorder, in world, 217
dispatcher, 203
distribution, 155, 156–157, 158. See also context 
(distribution)
diversity, 138–148, 178
in body of Christ, 183
of languages, 124–125
in stories, 213
and unity, 166–167, 179
divine action, 149
divine-divine communication, 18–19, 255, 282
divine-human communication, 37, 255, 282
divine Jesus, 238n8
divine wisdom, 26
docetism, 238n8
dogmatism, 176n10, 314, 381
domain of darkness, 107, 109, 122, 133
dominion, 34, 100
Dooyeweerd, Herman, 305
double-mindedness, 165
doubt, within postmodernism, 311–319
dwelling, 92–93, 94
dynamic development of intentionality, 178
dynamic equivalence, 339, 347n36, 348n43
Eastern meditation, 299–300
Elijah, 211
embedding, 88–89, 96, 356n16
emic, 151n3
emotive dimension of language, 358
empathy, 254n2
empirically verifiable statements, 351–352
Energy (Sayers), 34–35
Enlightenment, 221, 224
Enuma Elish, 220–221, 227
Epimenides of Crete, 164
epistemology, 368
Ethiopian eunuch, 127n1
ethnic groups, 125
ethnocentricity, 147n13
etic, 151n3
“every thought captive”, 121
evil, 74, 110
evil speech, 385, 388–389
evolutionary naturalism, 71–72, 221–223, 226n9, 
227
exclamatory utterances, 243n2
existentialism, 379
existential perspective, 43n2, 185, 281
and redemptive stories, 215, 216, 232
experiencer, 248
expressions, 253
expressive (speaker-focused) perspective, 173n6
expressives, 354, 358n22, 361
Falkenberg, Gabriel, 368n54
fall, 36, 41, 103–110, 116, 137, 141, 175, 217–218
false hero, 201
false teaching, 139–140
families of the earth, 126
family, 133
fanaticism, 176n10, 309
fascism, 309
Father
as agent, 252
and commission, 100–101
love for Son, 45, 252
and meaning, 25
as speaker, 21, 31
as “tester”, 207
will of, 386
fellowship with God, 36–37, 47, 106, 108, 118, 
167, 373
Feynman, Richard P., 305
field perspective, 53, 55–56, 57, 86–87, 154, 155, 
236, 264 266n12
and deconstruction, 371
on interpretation, 178, 179, 183–185
on meaning, 281
and postmodernism, 246
figurative speech, 347n36
finger of God, 268–269, 291
firstfruits, 99
forgiveness, 80
form and meaning, 263–264, 274, 348
forms (Plato), 273–274
Frame, John M., 25, 43n2, 184–185, 215, 281, 
320–321, 323
Frame’s square. See “Square of Religious 
Opposition”
freedom, 175, 386–387
freedom of speech, 110
Frege, Gottlob, 350
Freudianism, 379, 382n22
Freud, Sigmund, 311
functional equivalence, 339
Garden of Eden, 104, 107–108
general office, 184
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general revelation, 184, 256, 293–294
genre, 186–191
Gentiles, 127–128, 129
giving, 251–252
glorification, 98
glory of God, 99
goal, of communication, 167
God. See also Trinity
authority of, 41
beauty of, 75–76
compassion of, 216
context for meaning, 315
controls meaning, 39, 66–67, 298
creativity, 45, 390
elimination of, 225
eternality of, 65–66
faithfulness of, 39
as foundation for truth, 245
freedom of, 45n6
goodness of, 26, 74–75
holiness of, 165
as human projection, 311
immanence of, 25, 70, 95–96
immutability of, 66
infinity of, 46
invisibility of, 68
lordship of, 27–28, 101
and meaning, control, and presence, 257, 298
omnipotence, 25, 26–27, 35, 238
omnipresence, 25, 26–27, 36, 64–65, 311, 312
omniscience, 25, 26–27, 36
as personal, 29
as plurality, 72
presence, 298
rectitude of, 76
righteousness of, 216
sovereignty of, 51–52, 349, 373
speaks in language, 10
speech, 282
“story” of, 196
sustains creation, 59
transcendence of, 25, 70, 89, 95–96, 196
truthfulness, 69
as wisdom, 223
God-fearers, 127
God-is-dead movement, 323n6
goodness, of rules, 74–75
good news, as verbal message, 11
good works, 48
Gospels, 140, 235, 237
government, 41, 133
Graham, Billy, 41
grammar, 62–63, 259, 262, 263
grammatical-historical interpretation, 181
grammatical subsystem, 263, 266, 267, 271
graphological subsystem, 261, 271
Greek philosophy, 73, 134, 273
Greimas, Algirdas, 201–204
guilt, 146
Gutt, Ernst-August, 348
half-truths, 110, 114
harmony
in language, 36–37
within Trinity, 46
Harvard University, 305
hearers, 21–22
Helm, Paul, 369
hero, 200–201, 203
Herod, 389
heroes, 217
hierarchy, 86, 355–358
high priestly prayer, 19
Hinduism, 145, 322
Hirsch, E. D., 173
history, 54, 236–237, 238–240
history of the world, 87–88, 97
holiness, 92, 93
Holy Place, 92, 95
Holy Spirit
as action, 252
as breath, 20, 21, 22, 31, 258, 376n12
giving of, 252
and glorification, 100
and human action, 157–158
and noninspired speech, 166–167
and Pentecost, 127
and presence, 25
and truth, 18, 291
as ultimate finger of God, 268–269
as wisdom from God, 117
home schooling, 305n1
homosexual practice, 147n13
human action, 149–159
human-human communication, 37
humanity, unity and diversity in, 254
human Jesus, 238
human nature, 79
human responsibility, 40, 54
human speech, 386
human will, 386
humiliation, 80
humility, 121–122, 225
husbands and wives, 213
“I am”, 278
Idea (Sayers), 34–35
ideal forms (Plato), 326–328
idealization, in Searle, 363, 364, 367n50
ideas, 274
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idiolect, 62n6
idols, idolatry, 70, 79, 81, 136, 219–220
illocutionary acts, 357n17, 360, 365–366
illumination, 22
image of God, 29–38, 42, 74, 76, 77, 91, 100, 113, 
120, 143, 164, 196, 200, 202, 250, 265
and creativity, 390
as ectypal, 255–256
and empathy, 254n2
and language, 272
and myth-making, 230
and rationality, 351
imagination, 175, 176
imaging, 91–96
immanence, 94–96
Christian view of, 234, 321–325, 328, 387
non-Christian view of, 236, 321–324, 328, 387
Immanuel, 94, 377
imprecision, in communication, 169
incarnation, 74, 92
indicative and imperative, 359
indigenous theology, 146–147
indirect object, 258
indulgences, 145
informational (discourse-focused) perspective, 
173n6
inside and outside perspectives, 150–151, 152, 364
inspired speech, 166
instrument, 248
intellectual pride, 121
intellectual transformation, 120–121
intention, 157
interpretation
goal of, 172–174
as reflective, 171–172
interpretation behavioreme, 171n4
intra-Trinitarian love, 256
irrationalism, non-Christian, 322
Islam, 110, 309
“Jabberwocky” (poem), 262, 263
Jakobson, Roman, 339, 358, 360
Jerusalem council, 129
Jesus Christ. See also Son
as archetype, 283
ascension of, 117, 208
crucifixion of, 118
death and resurrection of, 122, 212, 213, 375
divine nature of, 18, 250
glorification of, 98
human nature of, 46–47, 250
as image, 100, 255–256
language in earthly ministry, 11
life of, 93, 100
as mediator, 209–210
as prophet, priest, and king, 101
redemption of, 117–118
resurrection of, 98–99, 208
as “testee”, 207
and truth, 290
two wills of, 386
as wisdom, 116
as “the Word”, 12, 19–20
Jews, 73, 127–128, 129
John the Baptist, 207
Joshua, 211
Judges (book), 212n3
judgment
according to words, 11
by speaking, 24
justification, 117–118, 120, 146
Kant, Immanuel, 313, 317, 368
Kelly, 344nn25–26
kernel sentences, 336, 340–342
kingdom of Satan, 107, 109
kings, 101, 202–203
knowledge, transcendence and immanence in, 388
knowledge of God, 78–79
knowledge of good and evil, 105, 113
Kuyper, Abraham, 305
language
central role of, 9–13
challenges in, 134–137
change in, 66
complexity of, 51
and culture, 313
as dynamic, 52
literal and metaphorical capabilities of, 
284–285
mastery of, 167–168
as multi-dimensional, 357–358, 360
as neutral, 123, 137
power of, 313
productivity of, 93
richness of, 217
rules of, 60–63
as shared, 37–38
and truth, 253–254
unity and diversity in, 247
universals, 142
languages games, 318–319, 368
langue, 333n4
last Adam, 105n1, 208
law, incomprehensibility of, 72
Lazarus, resurrected through language, 11
learner’s perspective, 151
leprosy, healing of, 210–211, 216
Lévi-Strauss, Claude, 316
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Index
Lewis, C. S., 109, 381n22
life, 112
light, creation of, 27
linguistic meaning (Chomsky), 340–343
linguistics, 88–89, 171, 332
listening, 175–176
logical positivism, 351–52
logocentrism, 377–378
logos, 73, 378
loneliness, 315
Longacre, Robert E., 142n8, 248n8, 248n10
longings for redemption, 217–218, 226, 231
Lord (name), 277
Lordship, attributes of, 298
love, 140
for God, 299
and listening, 175–176
for neighbor, 299, 309
and understanding, 177
Lyotard, Jean-François, 225n7
Marduk, 220–221, 227
Marxism, 221, 316, 379
materialism, 109, 221–223
maturity, 105, 106
meaning, 150, 297–298, 315–316
in behavioremes, 157
Chomsky on, 335–337
and commission, 101
correspondences in, 236
in creation, 26
and fall, 106
in genre, 189
in God’s speech, 24–28
in human speech, 30–31
integrity and stability in, 246
and interpretation, 173
Saussure on, 333–335
meaninglessness, 315
metalinguistics, 89, 358
metanarrative, 225n7, 239n10, 381–382
metaphor, 58, 61, 283, 284–285
metaphysics, 273
middle English, 65, 280
mini-redemptions, 209–211
miracles, 68
missions, as “civilizing the heathen”, 144–145
mixture of truth and error, 110, 114, 116
modernism, 109, 239n10, 304–306, 307
emphasizes rationality, 324–325
on interpretation, 183
on language, 38
on meaning, 179
on religion as subjective, 232
and social sciences, 316–317
on uniformity, 148
monologue, 86, 158, 243, 356
monotheism, 134
morality, 307
moral law, 68, 74–75
morphemes, 273n5
Mosaic law, 211
Moses, 211
Most Holy Place, 92–93, 95
multiculturalism, 225, 233
multiple perspectives, 373
mutual indwelling. See also coinherence
in human communication, 32
of Trinity, 21–22
myth, 219–220, 226–227, 229–231
name of God, 276–279
naming, 23, 30
nations, 126, 129
natural sciences, 170
nature, divinization of, 72–73
Nazism, 110
negative theology, 380n20
neutrality, 123, 137
new creation, 47
new heaven and new earth, 99, 140
new Jerusalem, 99
new life, 121
Nichols, Anthony H., 347
Nida, Eugene, 339–348
Nietzsche, Friedrich, 379
Nirvana, 299–300
Noah, 119
noise, in human communication, 190
nominalism, 275–276
non-Christians, 247, 299
noninspired speech, 166–167
nonkernel sentences, 336, 341–342
normative perspective, 43n2, 184–185, 281
and redemptive stories, 215, 216
obedience, 105
occasioning incident (story), 199
one and the many, 275–276, 327–331
ontology, 273
opponents, 205
oral communication, 261n4
ordinary language philosophy, 143–144
panentheism, 35, 73n11, 230
pantheism, 35, 73n11, 164, 299
parables, 189, 216
paragraph, 88
parole, 333n4
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Index
particle perspective, 52–54, 56, 86–87, 154, 264
on Biblical interpretation, 178, 180–181
in Plato, 327
particularity, 329
of redemptive stories, 214–215
passive sentences, 254–255
patient, 248, 249, 250
Paul, in Athens, 135, 164
peace, 127–128, 144
Pentecost, 126–127, 252n1
peoples, 124–125
perichoresis, 21
perlocutionary effect, 357n17
perspectivalism, 43n2, 184–185, 215, 281
perspectives, 138–139, 150, 254, 330–331
phatic dimension of language, 358
phenomenal and noumenal, 317
Philo, 73
philosophy, 143–144
phonemes, 150, 261, 271
phonemics, 151n3
phonetics, 151n3
phonological rules, 61n2
phonological subsystem, 261, 263, 266, 267, 268, 
271, 273, 376n12
phonology, 346
phrases, 88
pictographic systems, 262
pieces within pieces, 87–88
Pike, Kenneth L., 52, 151n3, 152, 153n6, 155, 
263n9, 266n12, 348, 354, 356n16
Plato, 273, 326–328
plot, 196–198, 213, 215, 218
poetic dimension of language, 358
poetry, 187
Polanyi, Michael, 60n1
political study, 316
polytheism, 17, 141n7, 179n12
Pontius Pilate, 389
postmodernism, 139, 144, 224–226, 239n10, 
306–310
and adequacy of language, 253
on constructs, 151–152
cruelty of, 226n8
destabilizes, 317
as destabilizing meaning, 316
on diversity, 146, 148, 247, 276n9
doubt within, 311–319
and field perspective, 246
as irrational, 324–325
on language, 38
on meaning, 179, 183
on subjectivity, 313
power, of rules, 69
Power (Sayers), 34–35
pragmatism, 207n3, 318
Pratt, Mary Louise, 149n1, 362n31
prayer, 19
preaching, 12
preliminary incidents (story), 199
prescriptive linguistics, 62–63
presence
in behavioremes, 157
and blessing, 101
in creation, 26
deconstruction on, 377
and fall, 106
and field perspective, 57
in genre, 189
in God’s speech, 24–28
in human speech, 30–31
as immanence, 95, 321, 322
and interpretation, 173
and wrath of God, 108
pride, 121, 145, 176, 309
priests, 101, 202–203
primary cause, 40, 54, 236, 249, 257
productive (audience-focused) perspective, 173n6
promise, 357
promise and fulfillment, 341
promises of God, 108
propaganda, 313, 314–315
prophets, 101, 202–203
killing of, 375
as mediators, 385
propositional truth, 369
Propp, Vladimir, 200–203, 204, 205, 217
providence, 24
Psalms, 187, 189, 191
public school, 305
punishment, 76
purity, of thought and imagination, 176
purpose, 223, 226n9
questions, 243–244, 245
quotation, 88–89
rationalism, non-Christian, 322
rationality, 70–71, 324
readers, 168–169, 367
realism, 275
reason, 239n10. See also autonomy
as hero, 221
as villain, 225
rebellion against God, 48, 74, 79, 80, 103–104, 
107, 164, 218, 230, 299, 314, 381
and language, 104–106
recompense, 205, 207–208, 212
recompensers, 205
reconciliation, 80, 144, 147–148
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redemption. See also mini-redemptions
as a story, 206
counterfeit stories of, 219–227, 232
as re-creation, 226
richness of, 217
reductionism, in translation theory, 348–349
redundancy, 191
reference, 259
referential commonality, 260
referential dimension of language, 358
referential subsystem, 263, 266, 267, 376n12
and meaning, 274
and words, 270–271
Reformation, 145–146
regularities, 236, 238
relational perspective on language, 55–56, 58
relations, 179, 282–283
relativism, 183, 306, 307
religion
as human invention, 230
as merely subjective, 232
taming of, 144
religious commitment, 106, 111
religious experience, 230
resolution (story), 197, 199
restlessness, 300
Revelation (book of), 107, 188
reversing polarities, 378–379, 380
rhetorical questions, 244
righteousness, 76
Robinson, John A. T., 240n13
roles, 199–202
Rorty, Richard, 226n8
ruach, 20
rules, 60–63, 79, 318
beauty of, 75–76
change of, 65–66
goodness of, 74–75
of language, 60–63
plurality of, 72
power of, 69
rectitude of, 76
as Trinitarian, 77
Russell, Bertrand, 350
Russian folktales, 200–201, 217
sanctification, 120–121
Satan, 104, 111–112, 322
as counterfeiter, 112–114, 323
defeat of, 122, 133
deliverance from, 146
keeping people in bondage, 136
as liar, 220
speech of, 109
as tempter, 205
victory over, 213
as villain, 207
Saussure, Ferdinand de, 153n6, 261n4, 333–335, 
375–376 
Sayers, Dorothy, 34–35, 42
science, 170, 239n10, 344–345, 351
scientific laws, 66–67, 79, 236
Searle, John R., 319n10, 353–368
secondary causes, 40, 54, 236–237, 257
second death, 112
second language, learning, 272
secular historians, 236–237
secularism, 109n6
selfishness, 308, 309
semantic analysis, 336, 337
semantic domains, 347n33 
sender, 203
sentences, 88, 243–244, 253
Septuagint, 135
serpent, speech of, 104–106
Seth, 93
setting, 198
shadows, in Old Testament, 211
Shakespeare, 65
signified, 375–376
signifier, 375–376
sin, 40, 104, 135, 166, 374
situation, 215, 233
situational perspective, 43n2, 185, 281
and redemptive stories, 215, 216, 233
skepticism, 229n1, 238, 314, 318
slavery to sin, 48
social sciences, 170, 316–317
sociology, 38, 316
Son
as patient, 252
relation to Father, 45–46
sending of, 206
as speech, 21, 31
will of, 386
work of, 100
sound, 261–262, 263–264, 268, 271
source, 248
Souriau, Étienne, 201, 204
speakers, 21–22, 32–34
special grace, 118
special office, 184
special revelation, 184
speech acts, 61n3, 186, 319, 353–369, 378n15
speeches, 21–22, 32–34
spirit, 20
spiritual darkness, 135, 136
spiritual death, 112, 116
spirituality, 109n6
spiritual war, 80–81, 107, 123
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“Square of Religious Opposition”, 320, 328, 
380n20, 387, 388
stability, 52, 53, 56, 58, 86
and creativity, 183
of meaning, 63, 169, 178, 246
standing back, 170–171, 312n2
statements, 243–244, 245
stepping back, 367–368
Stoics, 73, 134n5
Stoker, Hendrik G., 305
stories, 195–205
complexities of, 204
diversity in, 213
and truth, 247
Strauss, David Friedrich, 229n1
structuralism, 316
structural linguistics, 38, 316, 332–337, 338
subcultures, 130, 154, 177
subjectivity, 313
substitutionary exchange, 117, 132, 146,  213
subsystems, of language, 86n1, 259–268
suffering, 226n8
superstition, 221, 223–224, 226n9
suppression of knowledge, 219, 230
suspicion, in deconstruction, 379–380
syllabic systems, 262
symbolic logic, 350–351
sympathy, 309–310
syncretism, 147
synonyms, 275
syntagmic relations, 334
tabernacle, 91–93, 94
tacit knowledge, 60
tagmemic theory, 266n12
tautologies, 351–352
teaching gifts, 183–184
temple, 91–93, 277
temptation, 113
Ten Commandments, 25, 43, 69, 74, 268, 291–292
tension (story), 197, 213
terrorism, 309
testers, testees, 205, 207
tetragrammaton, 18, 278
text, deconstruction on, 371–372
textlinguistics, 348
theistic evolution, 71n9
theistic proofs, 80
Third World Christians, 146
Thompson, Francis, 284n5
Tiamat, 220–221, 227
tolerance, 139, 144, 225, 306–307, 308, 310, 316
totalitarianism, 110
traitor, 200
transcendence, 89–90, 94–96, 225, 368
Christian view of, 234, 321–325, 374n9, 387
non-Christian, 236, 321–324, 328, 374n9, 
380n20, 387
transcendental apologetics, 80n2
transformation, 142, 336, 340
transformative generative grammar, 362n31, 
363n35
transitive clauses, 257
translation, 338–349
as art, 345, 348
as science, 345
and truth, 253
tree of the knowledge of good and evil, 28
trimodal structure, 152n5
Trinitarian foundations of truth, 289–290
Trinity, 17–21, 25
creativity in, 45–46
diversity of persons, 140
and English grammar, 254
and foundations for meaning, 251
harmony within, 46
and human utterances, 265
and name of God, 278
and naming, 278
and signification, 376
in speech, 31
unity and diversity within, 141n7, 166, 179n12, 
279
truth, 122–123, 139, 244–247
as perspective, 289–295
types, 236
type-token distinction, 153n6
typological correspondences, 236
uncleanness, 210–211
understanding, 175, 176, 177
unified meaning, 164–165
uniformity, 148
union with Christ, 212
unitarianism, 141n7, 179n12, 376, 377
unity
of body of Christ, 129–130
and diversity, 129, 148
in body of Christ, 140–141, 178
of mind of God, 165–166
without diversity, 179
universal grammar, 64n1
universality, 329
utterances, 264–265
utteremes, 158n14, 356n16
utteretics, 158n14
value, 335
Vanhoozer, Kevin, 356n16
van Riessen, Hendrik, 305
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Van Til, Cornelius, 79, 80n2, 114–115, 239n11, 
305, 320n1, 323, 372n5, 374
variation, 152n5, 154, 156–157, 171, 179, 243
in communication, 169
in genre, 187, 188
and name of God, 279
and nominalism, 275
in Plato, 327
in redemption stories, 214
in speech-act theory, 357
and truth, 246–247, 293
and words, 272–273
verbal behavioremes, 186
verbal interpretation, 171
verbal utterances, 163
Vietnam War, 305
villain, 200, 201, 205, 207
Vollenhoven, D. H. Th., 305
wave perspective, 52–54, 56, 86–87, 154–155, 264, 
266n12
on interpretation, 178–179, 181–183 
and variation, 246
Westernization, 146–147
Westminster Shorter Catechism, 101n3
wind, 20
wisdom, 116, 117, 118, 380–382
witness, 80
Wittgenstein, Ludwig, 61n3, 318, 368
Wolterstorff, Nicholas, 260
Word of God, 19–20
words, 270–279
flexibility of, 280–281, 283
as perspectives, 282
in relationship, 282–283
work, 157
world, as constructed, 227
worldview, Christian, 121
wrath of God, 108, 118
writing, 261n4, 268–269
YHWH, 278
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