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Creativity : where the divine and the human meet

Author: Matthew Fox
Publisher: New York : Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam, ©2002.
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Drawing on his lectures and sermons, an Episcopalian priest and theologian sheds new light on the nature of creativity, demonstrating that communication with God can be revealed in the simplest expressions of human creativity.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Fox
ISBN: 1585421782 9781585421787
OCLC Number: 49525854
Description: 244 p. ; 20 cm.
Contents: Preface: Creative spirit, holy spirit --
Who are we as a species? --
Creativity, our true nature --
Where does creativity come from? --
What happens when the creative spirit and we co-create? --
Adam and Prometheus, creativity and the Christ : is original sin the refusal to create, and is redemption the liberation of creativity? --
Revisioning Easter and Pentecost : rolling away the obstacles to creativity so that the spirit of creativity can resurrect --
Tapping into the creative spirit : finding, honoring, and practicing creativity --
Where do we go from here? : putting creativity to work in culture and everyday life --
Conclusion: The coming dawn : the hope that creativity brings.
Responsibility: Matthew Fox.
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Drawing on his lectures and sermons, an Episcopalian priest and theologian sheds new light on the nature of creativity, demonstrating that communication with God can be revealed in the simplest expressions of human creativity.

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