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Christ and the Artistic Imagination: Incarnation, Passion, Resurrection and Transfiguration

In this lesson from Nashotah House, Malcolm Guite seeks to lift the veil of modernity and reclaim the Christian imagination.

“We took out the eye of our imagination in order to have the domination of the world through the eye of our reason, and as a result of that we found the world increasingly meaningless and the more we had power over the world, the less we had any ability to know what we should do with it because we had lost imagination and wisdom. We have to restore the two.”

-Owen Barfield

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