This text from the "Library of Anglican Spirituality" examines the notion of creativity and God as Creator.This text from the "Library of Anglican Spirituality" examines the notion of creativity and God as Creator.Read Less
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This is the deepest and most insightful thinking on man's ability to create, particularly in literature and the arts that I have ever seen.
Apr 3, 2007
Dorothy Sayers extrapolates from the process and art of creation that she knows so well from her own writing to give us insight into the Mind of the Maker, God. Becaue we are made in HIs image, we can know some things about our Lord by understanding the creative process in ourselves. I could hardly put this book down.
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