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Grace and necessity : reflections on art and love

Author: Rowan Williams
Publisher: Harrisburg, PA : Morehouse, 2005.
Series: Clark lectures, 2005.
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"This most original new book by Rowan Williams sketches out a new theological aesthetic or, put more simply, a new understanding of how human beings open themselves to transcendence." "In describing an aesthetic of transcendence, Dr. Williams draws on three key influences: the French Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain, the Welsh poet and painter David Jones, and the American novelist and short-story writer, Mary  Read more...
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Williams, Rowan, 1950-
Grace and necessity.
Harrisburg, PA : Morehouse, 2005
(OCoLC)607585354
Named Person: Jacques Maritain; Flannery O'Connor; David Jones; Jacques Maritain; Flannery O'Connor; David Michael Jones
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Rowan Williams
ISBN: 0819281182 9780819281180 0826481507 9780826481504
OCLC Number: 61193295
Notes: First delivered as lectures in February and March 2005.
Description: xiii, 172 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: 1. Modernism and the scholastic revival --
2. David Jones : material words --
3. Flannery O'Connor : proper names --
4. God and the artist.
Series Title: Clark lectures, 2005.
Responsibility: Rowan Williams.
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"This most original new book by Rowan Williams sketches out a new theological aesthetic or, put more simply, a new understanding of how human beings open themselves to transcendence." "In describing an aesthetic of transcendence, Dr. Williams draws on three key influences: the French Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain, the Welsh poet and painter David Jones, and the American novelist and short-story writer, Mary Flannery O'Connor. Rowan Williams fulfills his stated ambition for Christianity to engage with contemporary culture, at least in its more imaginative aspects."--BOOK JACKET.

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