Contemplative Realism, or, Spiritual Life in Fiction with guest Joshua Hren, Wiseblood Books and University of St. Thomas, Houston

January 09, 2023 00:38:31
Contemplative Realism, or, Spiritual Life in Fiction with guest Joshua Hren, Wiseblood Books and University of St. Thomas, Houston
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Contemplative Realism, or, Spiritual Life in Fiction with guest Joshua Hren, Wiseblood Books and University of St. Thomas, Houston

Jan 09 2023 | 00:38:31

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Show Notes

Joshua Hren is founder of Wiseblood Books and co-founder of the Master of Fine Arts program at the University of St. Thomas, Houston. His essays and poems have appeared in such venues as First ThingsCatholic World ReportNew Oxford Review, and LOGOS. His books include the novel Infinite Regress and a volume of poems titled Last Things, First Things, and Other Lost Causes. We speak in this episode about a short “theological-aesthetical manifesto” he published last year titled Contemplative Realism.

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