Romanticism and Knowing

The 2022 Gospel Conversations conference has been considered a great success. This is the first talk to be released; an introductory talk by Dr Sarah Golsby-Smith on Romanticism and Knowing. As always Sarah’s talk is inspiring and offers a fresh look at theology through the lens of literature. In particular she argues that the Romantic era led the charge against ‘scientism’ in the 19th century and advocated ways of knowing that Esther argues are central to all real knowing. Sarah finishes with a wondrous unfolding of Coleridge’s epic poem on the imagination – ‘Frost at Midnight’

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