Tag: christian wiman
Intellectuals and artists concerned with faith tend to underestimate the radical, inviolable innocence it requires. We read and read, write long, elaborate essays and letters, engage in endlessly inflected philosophical debates. We talk of poetry as prayer, artistic discipline as a species of religious devotion, doubt as the purest form of faith. These ideas are…
Sometimes God calls a person to unbelief in order that faith may find new forms. Christian Wiman, My Bright Abyss.