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11 June, 12:24

How does Gerald use language throughout the text that has religious connotations and what effect does this have?

From the story: The Gospel Of Doubt

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  1. 11 June, 14:18
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    Gerald use language throughout the text that has religious connotations and it leaves a strong impact upon the reader.

    Explanation:

    'The Gospel of Doubt' is a story written by Casey Gerald. It begins in a East Texas church on December 31st night. As the story begins from the preparation for the Second Coming of Christ and the end of the world, the author uses language with religious connotations with references from 'The Bible'. We all know how the events of our lives have a strong connection to 'The Bible'. Hence, the authors are highly motivated from such religious connotations.
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