Highlighted Episode: Art as a Window into the Divine, with guest Katie Kresser, Seattle Pacific University

November 07, 2022 00:47:30
Highlighted Episode: Art as a Window into the Divine, with guest Katie Kresser, Seattle Pacific University
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Highlighted Episode: Art as a Window into the Divine, with guest Katie Kresser, Seattle Pacific University
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Show Notes

This week we highlight a past episode of our Faith and Imagination Podcast. Katie Kresser is a Professor of Art History at Seattle Pacific University and author of the 2019 book Bezalel’s Body: The Death of God and the Birth of Art. On this episode, Matthew Wickman, founding director of the BYU Humanities Center, speaks with […]

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