The world that God made is inherently comprised of relationships, symmetries, analogia, anagogy, poetic wisdom. Thus is the language of symbolism.
Friday, February 20, 2009
Chesterton and Myth
Mythology is a search. It combines a recurrent desire with a recurrent doubt. It’s not the prophet saying, “These things are.” It's the voice of a dreamer saying, “Why cannot these things be?” —G. K Chesterton
Chief Musician at Parish Presbyterian Church, Senior Fellow & Dean of the Chapel at New College Franklin and Director of King's Meadow Study Center with a deep interest in how symbolism reveals the nature and character of God.