British theologian and writer Dorothy Sayers (1893-1957) may not be the most accessible author for 21st century readers, but her ideas are still worth making friends with. Here’s my attempt to introduce a new generation to Sayers’ speculation that the doctrine of the Trinity is not as lofty and obscure as we assume that it is. Our human acts of creativity, she says, mirror the dynamic relationship and roles of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
My essay, “On the Minds of Makers,” was published this week at The Curator, an online magazine for the arts and faith. Enjoy!