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God the Poet: Exploring the Origin and Nature of Poetry

God the Poet Exploring the Origin and Nature of Poetry In readable and nonscholarly fashion Niehaus who is both a theologian and poet provides a theological and literary analysis of the epic poems of Dante Divine Comedy Milton Paradise Lost Cowper

  • Title: God the Poet: Exploring the Origin and Nature of Poetry
  • Author: Jeffrey Jay Niehaus
  • ISBN: 9780989167123
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
  • In readable and nonscholarly fashion, Niehaus, who is both a theologian and poet, provides a theological and literary analysis of the epic poems of Dante Divine Comedy , Milton Paradise Lost , Cowper The Task , and Wordsworth Niehaus also presents the theological background of great poetry and shows how that background illuminates our understanding of important topicsIn readable and nonscholarly fashion, Niehaus, who is both a theologian and poet, provides a theological and literary analysis of the epic poems of Dante Divine Comedy , Milton Paradise Lost , Cowper The Task , and Wordsworth Niehaus also presents the theological background of great poetry and shows how that background illuminates our understanding of important topics such as creation, sin, hell, the devil, beauty, truth, redemption, and God supremely manifested in Christ I hope and believe, writes the author, that my observations and the observations of others whom I endorse on the work of poetic imagination as part of the imago Dei apply equally well to any sort of poetry and for that matter any art.

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    1 thought on “God the Poet: Exploring the Origin and Nature of Poetry

    1. I enjoyed portions of this book, and learned from it, but I think I was let down because it didn't really live up to the title. The title is stupendous, and promises the moon, which rhymes with June. Nevertheless, the book did what I like books like this to do, which is to get me kind of churned up.

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