The Word Made Flesh: Christ and the Imagination

Speaker(s): Malcolm Guite
Date: July 10 2013
Length: 1h 27min
Product ID: RGDL4300M

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Can Shakespeare help us to understand John's Gospel? Can poetry bring us closer to the mind of our maker? Malcolm Guite teases out some answers to these questions in a playful encounter with A Midsummer Night's Dream.

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Malcolm Guite is a poet and singer-songwriter living in Cambridge, England where he also works as a priest and academic. Dr. Guite lectures widely in both the UK and North America and is the author of several books on literature and theology. Sounding the Seasons, his volume of sonnets for the church year, was published by Canterbury Press in 2013.

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