Faith in Poetry, with guest Michael D. Hurley, Cambridge University

March 08, 2021 00:46:50
Faith in Poetry, with guest Michael D. Hurley, Cambridge University
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Faith in Poetry, with guest Michael D. Hurley, Cambridge University

Mar 08 2021 | 00:46:50

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Show Notes

We sometimes playfully label things we love – a great movie, a sporting event, a delectable meal – “religious experiences.” But today’s guest, Professor Michael D. Hurley of Cambridge University, says that some well-known English authors sought earnestly to create precisely that kind of experience, a religious experience, through their poetry. Professor Hurley teaches at […]

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