Theology, imagination and Scottish literature
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Alison Jack uses works of Scottish literature, both classic and contemporary, as a way into McIntyre's exposition of faith, theology and imagination in a distinctly Scottish context.
Jack, A. (2007). Theology, Imagination and Scottish Literature. Theology In Scotland, 14(2), pp. 33-50.
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