#3 - Volume 3

An Unexpected Journal: Medieval Minds

    • 37,99 lei
    • 37,99 lei

Publisher Description

A Garden of Medieval Minds
The medieval period was a time of greats: great courage, great words, great light, and great darkness. The writers, philosophers, and artists of the time still touch and influence our lives today. 

This volume celebrates these masterpieces that merged the physical and the spiritual into meaningful, incandescent truth.

Contributors:
C.M. Alvarez:  "Death, Grief, & Hope in Pearl" on progressing through grief as illustrated in the Gawain poet's medieval poem Pearl.Donald W. Catchings, Jr.:  "The Dream of the Crown," a medieval inspired poem on the piercing of Christ's brow and "Chronological Snobbery: In Reply to Contemporary Petrarchs" on valuing the past.Annie Crawford: "Hogwarts in History: The Neo-Medieval Vision of Harry Potter" on our love of the medieval and "Cosmos" on holy wonder.Alison Delong: "A Call to Lament: An Apologetic Study of the Anglo-Saxon Elegies" on comprehending struggle and responding to it.Karise Gililland: "Wearing One's Habits: Aristotle, Aquinas, and the Making of a Virtuous Man" on the ancient and medieval views on cultivating goodness and "The Quest of the Golden Queen," a heroic poem on the Lady and the dragon.Sandra G. Hicks: "Death and Redemption for the Modern Heart: What We Can Learn from the Anglo-Saxon Elegy" on Christ, the Warrior-King illustrated in the medieval elegy, "The Wanderer."Alex Markos: "Christ, Our Hero at Calvary: Meaning and Metaphor in Beowulf and 'The Dream of the Rood'" on understanding the resurrection.Korine Martinez: "An Unlikely Witness" on the perspective of the cross illustrated in The Dream of the Rood.Jacqueline Medcalf: "The Book of Kells," a medieval influenced poem on seeing a wonder.Seth Myers: "Dante for Moderns" on serving our fellow man and "Francis of Assisi" on medieval relevance.Annie Nardone: "The Venerable Bede: Following the Medieval Christian Footpath" on preserving history and "Thomas Aquinas: Understanding Evil" on darkness and life.Cherish Nelson: "The Gravity of Sin: Truth in the Grotesque in Dante's Inferno" on the depths of evil.Holly Ordway: "Memento Mori: A Reflection on 'The Ruin'" on the question of progress.Ted Wright: "Hagia Sophia and the Evidential Power of Beauty: Divine Architecture as Apologetics" on truth in stone.
About the Cover
Our cover illustration was provided by Chilean artist, apologist, and physician Virginia De La Lastra depicting the vibrant imagery of medieval illuminations. Vigorous and verdant green life battles against the dragons symbolizing evil, while the peacocks give the promise of the hope and power of the resurrection.

Fall 2020
Volume 3, Issue 3
310 pages
 

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2020
9 September
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
228
Pages
PUBLISHER
An Unexpected Journal
SIZE
543.4
KB

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