Holy Saturday, Faith Crisis, and the Poetry of R.S. Thomas, with guest Richard McLauchlan

March 29, 2021 00:43:28
Holy Saturday, Faith Crisis, and the Poetry of R.S. Thomas, with guest Richard McLauchlan
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Holy Saturday, Faith Crisis, and the Poetry of R.S. Thomas, with guest Richard McLauchlan

Mar 29 2021 | 00:43:28

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Show Notes

The twentieth-century Welsh poet R.S. Thomas has been called a poet of Holy Saturday. Holy Saturday falls between the day of Christ’s crucifixion and the morning of His resurrection. Commemorative of Christ’s descent to the realm of the dead, Holy Saturday, and the poetry of R.S. Thomas, also speak evocatively to times when we feel […]

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