The spellbinding Malcolm Guite came to us all the way from Cambridge University, where he is a priest, rock band musician, jazz poet, and teacher. He also smokes pipes we're pretty sure are imported from Hobbiton.
This Brit took us on an energetic ride through Shakespeare's sonnets, his own poetry, and John's Gospel, exploring how the "Word made flesh" is the spark at the core of the best Christian creativity.
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Malcolm Guite is a chaplain and teacher at Cambridge University. He researches and writes about the interface between theology and the arts, more specifically Theology and Literature, and has published books on both subjects, separately and together. He also has special interests in Coleridge and CS Lewis.