Saturday, April 26, 2008

Angels In the Architecture

On Beauty:

"Instinctively we do know that true beauty proceeds only from Deity. Our problem is that we have deified ourselves and have assumed, contrary to the visible results, that whatever proceeds from us must be beautiful."

"Sound theology always leads to the love of beauty. When there is no love of beauty, we may say, reasoning modus tollens, that there is no sound theology."

This book is worth reading the way that eyes are worth opening.


rebec said...

I love this book.

J. A. Broussard said...

It's one of my favorites.

I'll post my rhetoric paper on Saturday or so.

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