The Beauty—the Poetry—of Christian Experience, with Benjamin Myers, Oklahoma Baptist University

March 11, 2024 00:49:46
The Beauty—the Poetry—of Christian Experience, with Benjamin Myers, Oklahoma Baptist University
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
The Beauty—the Poetry—of Christian Experience, with Benjamin Myers, Oklahoma Baptist University

Mar 11 2024 | 00:49:46

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Show Notes

Benjamin Myers is the Crouch-Mathis Professor of Literature and the Director of the Honors Program at Oklahoma Baptist University. A former poet laureate of the state of Oklahoma, Ben is the author of four books of poetry and two books of nonfiction. We discuss two of those books today, a 2020 critical work titled A Poetics of Orthodoxy: Christian Truth as Aesthetic Foundation, and his beautiful 2022 collection of poems, The Family Book of Martyrs.

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