Life to the Whole Being: The Spiritual Memoir of a Literature Professor, with Matthew Wickman and George Handley, BYU

October 24, 2022 00:41:12
Life to the Whole Being: The Spiritual Memoir of a Literature Professor, with Matthew Wickman and George Handley, BYU
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Life to the Whole Being: The Spiritual Memoir of a Literature Professor, with Matthew Wickman and George Handley, BYU
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Show Notes

Matthew Wickman is a professor of English at Brigham Young University. He served as the founding director of the BYU Humanities Center the past 10 years and is currently the host of this podcast, while also being the associate coordinator of BYU’s Faith and Imagination Institute. Matthew published an evocative book this year entitled “Life […]

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