The term demythologization is today most frequently associated with the mid 20th-century German theologian Rudolf Bultmann.
As is the case with the Biblical parables of Jesus, this one is entirely self-explanatory and needs no further comment from myself.
Both David French and Robert Jeffress seem certain that their fellow believers’ religious objections can’t be sincere.
Harari’s assurance about building group cohesion is simplistic and woefully insufficient to account for common characteristics of religion.
Tyson ends his summary of cosmic history with a soaring narrative focused on earth. It sounds like the exalted prose of the book of Genesis.