After Magic - Moves Beyond Super-Nature, From Batman to Shakespeare

After Magic Moves Beyond Super Nature From Batman to Shakespeare Magic super powers contact with the beyond digging down beneath these stories uncovers an extraordinary pattern it is only in the renunciation of such potent arts that a hero s true humanity is reve

  • Title: After Magic - Moves Beyond Super-Nature, From Batman to Shakespeare
  • Author: Kester Brewin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Magic, super powers, contact with the beyond digging down beneath these stories uncovers an extraordinary pattern it is only in the renunciation of such potent arts that a hero s true humanity is revealed Journeying from Shakespeare s plays through novels and films and deep into the human condition, After Magic presents a startling challenge to a world still tied upMagic, super powers, contact with the beyond digging down beneath these stories uncovers an extraordinary pattern it is only in the renunciation of such potent arts that a hero s true humanity is revealed Journeying from Shakespeare s plays through novels and films and deep into the human condition, After Magic presents a startling challenge to a world still tied up with toxic religion to discover what lies in a life lived beyond the infinite demand of super nature.

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    1. Fun & light read. I love the creativity in the way he argues, through literary analysis and pop culture. He seems to try to get somewhere but never arrive, but still accomplishing some fun thoughts. His suggestion for moving the church / Christianity forward seems too simplistic and although worth exploring, seems not sustainable in the long run.

    2. A radical little work of pyro-theology. Some extremely insightful points here, but I am not sure if the work crescendos into a productive new philosophical/theological way of thinking. Faith "after-magic" is indeed a riveting and deeply provocative idea Even profound. But I feel the author, to some extent, went a step too far In his attempt to create a new, wholesome grey area he verged too far into black and whites. (Spoilers ahead). I don't think theoretical rejection of God as external is nec [...]

    3. Very much enjoyed the exploration of the different works but didn't really connect with the application to Christ. I see a different Christianity than the one the author is engaging with. I am left wondering what he thinks of the Spirit being sent after the Ascension and what form Christianity ought to take as a result.

    4. An utterly amazing survey of magic in the poetic imagination of humanity and how this can help us interpret the Eucharist in a dynamic, life-giving way for the church. Well worth the read.

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