Date(s) - 08/11/2022
19:30 - 21:00
It is widely said that Leonardo da Vinci rejected the Christian faith, and that his art asserts something more like a modern scientific view of the world. This lecture will take a fresh look at the evidence, explore Leonardo’s links with the Franciscan movement, and look at two of Leonardo’s surviving works to explore what we can learn not only about the artist, but about the relationship between theology and science in his day and our own.
Revd Iain Lane is an Anglican priest and a Franciscan. He is a Tutor in Christian Doctrine and the Visual Arts at St Albans Cathedral Study Centre.
Tickets £5 available online or on the door.
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