🎧 The Image of God
Latest Podcast Episodes 🎧 • 49m
Often pictured with a flowing white beard, looking down from Heaven - why is God always seen as an old man? In today's episode, Francesca Stavrakopoulou, whose latest book 'God: an Anatomy' has been shortlisted for the Wolfson prize, is here to debunk those images. Using archaeological material and resources, she answers the question - did God always have a body? With depictions that change across the millennia; from a scandalous view of his backside, to an unfaithful wife, and a body that likes to take evening strolls - just what did God look like?
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