3 edition of Literary paths to religious understanding found in the catalog.
Literary paths to religious understanding
G. Douglas Atkins
|Statement||G. Douglas Atkins.|
|LC Classifications||PR145 .A75 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009016315|
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Its audience should be a wide : Palgrave Macmillan US. Literary Paths to Religious Understanding Essays on Dryden, Pope, Keats, George Eliot, Joyce, T.S.
Eliot, and E.B. White. Literary Paths To Religious Understanding About The This highly readable book represents a unique approach to the controverted matter of the relations of literature and religion, eschewing linear argument in favor of a nuanced essayistic manner that elucidates texts and issues of.
An Introduction to Religion and Literature offers a lucid, accessible and thoughtful introduction to the study of religion and literature. While the focus is on Christian theology and post British literature, substantial reference is made to earlier writers, texts from North America and mainland Europe, and other faith positions.
The Last Temptation of Christ by Nikos Kazantzakis. Although Martin Scorsese’s film adaptation of this novel in the s drew the full brunt of scorn from the evangelical community, who were scandalized at the idea that Jesus was actually tempted, the basic story is a stunningly-written and imaginative exploration of the idea of that Jesus was “tempted in every way, just as we are—yet.
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Roller. Throughout the centuries certain books have had a tremendous influence on Christians across traditions and cultures. The ideas expressed in these seminal works have shaped the history not only. HuffPost Religion has created a book list for these spiritual seekers. Nearly every genre is represented here, from memoirs to mysteries.
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Review this list of popular examples to help you get a better understanding of the religious fiction genre. A Constant Heart by Siri Mitchell. A Heart Most Worthy by Siri Mitchell. Angels & Demons by Dan Brown. Apollyon by Tim LaHaye. Christian fiction that can also be categorized as literary fiction.
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It’s not a surprise that these stories have proved to be some of the most enduring throughout human history no matter what religion you were raised in.
Biblical stories and themes endure in the modern literature. Here are five novels that feature prominent religious themes.
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Eliot, and E.B. White. Search within book. The need for a religious literary criticism is not only reflective of a present scholarly void, but also comes out of a spiritual hunger, felt by many teachers and students, for a way of discussing the intersections of their own spiritual lives with what they read.
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The book of Proverbs, however, is like a mountain stream littered with nuggets, just waiting to be picked up. Proverbs fall into an ancient category called " wisdom literature." Other examples of wisdom literature in the Bible include the books of Job, Ecclesiastes, and the Song of Solomon in the Old Testament, and James in the New Testament.
A literary analysis of this book enabled an enlightenment of the story development as well as the character development, which revealed the overarching and secondary messages of the Book of Ruth.
It also allowed an appreciation for the beauty and complicity of the plot as unfolded by the author. The Pilgrim’s Progress, religious allegory in two parts ( and ) by the English writer John Bunyan. A symbolic vision of the good man’s pilgrimage through life, it was at one time second only to the Bible in popularity and is the most famous Christian allegory still in print.
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