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Univocal language: When the word has exactly the same meaning all the
time, this can have problems though, because you might describe your dog as faithful
and loving but you may also use this word to describe god. Does this
anthropomorphize God?…read more

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Equivocal Language: The same word is used in two completely
different ways. The problem here is that if we sue the word good to describe
God and it means something completely different to if we were describing a
earthly object we cannot comprehend what Good means in term of God.…read more

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Cognitive: The statement is subject to being true or false, for example the cat is
sat on the chair.…read more

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