Theological Aesthetics and the Work of Michael O'Brien, with guest Rebekah Ann Lamb, University of St. Andrews

August 02, 2021 00:50:15
Theological Aesthetics and the Work of Michael O'Brien, with guest Rebekah Ann Lamb, University of St. Andrews
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Theological Aesthetics and the Work of Michael O'Brien, with guest Rebekah Ann Lamb, University of St. Andrews
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Rebekah Ann Lamb is Lecturer in Theology, Imagination, and the Arts at the University of St. Andrews. Her work explores intersections between theology, visual arts, and literature, and she has additional interests in Biblical Studies, Dante, and Christian Personalism, which asserts the ultimate value of persons, human and divine. We speak with her today about […]

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