The Artist’s Creed: Sounding, Re-sounding, and the Antiphonal Shape of the World

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In Season Two of The Artist’s Creed, Steve Guthrie and Drew Miller explore the relationship between the sounding world and the Holy Spirit, asking what we can learn about God through music, speech, breath, and voice.

In this fourth episode, Steve and Drew discuss Gerard Manley Hopkins’s poem “As Kingfishers Catch Fire,” examples of antiphony in music (including Andrew Peterson’s “Is He Worthy?”), the collaborative-yet-fragmented nature of meme culture, the inescapable human characteristic of resonance, and much more.

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Click here to listen to Season 2, Episode 4: “Sounding, Re-sounding, and the Antiphonal Shape of the World.”

And click here to read “Spirit & Sound, Part 4: Sounding, Re-sounding, and the Antiphonal Shape of the World,” which serves as the baseline for this conversation.

Transcripts are available for The Artist’s Creed. Click here to access them.


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