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Title: Etymologia polszczyzny jako narzędzie w procesie asocjacji homilijnej
Authors: Kuźnik, Bartłomiej
Keywords: etymology; religious language; association.; homily; etymologia; homilia; asocjacja; język religijny
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: "Roczniki Teologiczne" (2020), T. 67, z. 12, s. 85-99
Abstract: Homily functions in religious language as a form of speech and a text. As a consequence it interacts with general language (official and colloquial one). Keeping a balance between defence of cannons of beauty of verbal expression and comprehensibility, a homily wishes to preach kerygma and to unite the past, the present and the future of many generations of listeners. Polish etymology in its potential of evolution of vocabulary on the temporal axis may serve this communication. When used in a homily as preaching material it supports the homily association process. It suggests listeners relations between kerygma and specific lexemes that include linguistic links to Christianity embedded in the history and culture of the nation. Such etymologies may unite listeners themselves, when they become aware of a similar experience at the crossroads of Polish and faith.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/18147
DOI: 10.18290/rt206712-5
ISSN: 2543-5973
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