The Art of Christian Reflection, with guest Heidi J. Hornik, Baylor University

November 15, 2021 00:50:43
The Art of Christian Reflection, with guest Heidi J. Hornik, Baylor University
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
The Art of Christian Reflection, with guest Heidi J. Hornik, Baylor University

Nov 15 2021 | 00:50:43

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Show Notes

Heidi J. Hornik is Professor of Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art and Chair of the Department of Art and Art History at Baylor University. A recent guest at BYU, she’s also the author of several books, including one we discuss with her today, The Art of Christian Reflection.

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