Romantic Anglicanism

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These tendencies I dub the "romantic" and the "classical".  One can briefly sum up the difference between them by saying that the former sees Wordsworth's "feeling intellect" as lying at the heart of theology, while the latter sees the role of an entirely "objective reason" as vital for theological practice

- John Milbank, 'The New Divide: Romantic versus Classical Orthodoxy', Modern Theology, January 2010.

Via Laudable Practice

Wonderful article about Romantic sensibilities and Anglicanism.
In the words of Novalis: "“Poetry heals the wounds inflicted by reason.”

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