Article published in:Metaphor in Religion and Spirituality
Edited by Stephen Pihlaja
[Metaphor and the Social World 7:1] 2017
► pp. 66–86
Not a holy father
Dutch Muslim teenagers’ metaphors for Allah
- 2.Religious metaphor
- 3.Case study: Dutch Muslim teenagers producing and responding to metaphors for Allah, Muslims and Islam
- 3.1.1Preparation and research questions
- 3.1.3Materials and procedure
- 3.2Metaphors produced by Dutch Muslim teenagers
- 3.2.1Metaphors identifying Allah
- 3.2.2Metaphors identifying Muslims
- 3.2.3Metaphors reflecting the relationship between Allah and Muslims
- 3.2.4Metaphors reflecting participants’ faith
- 3.3Responses to biblical metaphors applied to Allah
- 3.3.1Allah is a master
- 3.3.2Allah is a king
- 3.3.3Allah is a judge
- 3.3.4Allah is a father
- 3.3.5Allah is a husband
- 4.Discussion and conclusion
Published online: 20 July 2017
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