“We are far more image-making and image-using creatures than we usually think ourselves to be.” — Richard Niebuhr
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Charles C. Twombly, a Wesleyan college professor and author of the most popular article at LiturgicalCredo.com, has contributed yet another provocative look at iconography and images of God in the context of Western monotheism generally and Christian theology specifically.
Read “To See or Not to See: God’s Body in the Byzantine Picture Controversy.” It includes a link to his previous, highly popular article.
"Referee won't blow the whistle / God is good but will he listen?" -- U2
"Kierkegaard was by far the most profound thinker of the[nineteenth] century. Kierkegaard was a saint." - Ludwig Wittgenstein, to his friend Maurice Drury.
Read Wittgenstein and Kierkegaard: Religion, Individuality, and Philosophical Method by Charles L. Creegan free online.