In: Humanities

“Something Rich and Strange:” Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”
July 11, 2017

by Dr. Jayson Grieser   A Hamlet who forgives? A Lear who regains his kingdom? After writing the greatest tragedies the…

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3 Beautiful Words I don’t Know
July 11, 2017

by Dr. Mitch Stokes Descartes’ Discovery Rene Descartes—the seventeenth-century philosopher, mathematician, and scientist—received one of that era’s best educations, which is…

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The Artist is One Who Makes Artists of His Audience
July 11, 2017

by Jonathan McIntosh I’m teaching a graduate seminar on “Theological Poetics” this term at NSA, and one of the texts I’ve…

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Lewis’s Possibilism, Lewis’s Actualism
July 11, 2017

by Dr. Jonathan McIntosh One of my areas of research and interest concerns the question of God’s power and creative possibility. In…

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