Addictions as Disordered Worship

From Ed Welch’s Blame it on the Brain?

Disease was once a metaphor, meaning that the experience of addictions felt like a disease. However, the metaphor has run amok and has led us to minimize some important features of addictions.
I suggest that we acknowledge that addictions are a disorder of worship. (198)

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