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Interestingly enough, ancient tales of catastrophic glaciation followed by renewal are a fixture of several northern cultures and reflect a universal creation motif where a divine creator, disgusted with early humanity, decides to wipe the slate clean (Leeming and Leeming, 1994).
The nation, he said, was founded by religious men who looked to a divine Creator in drafting the Declaration of Independence.
In this formulation, creator can be taken in the sense of author as well as divine creator, for the townsmen are convinced that their past and their single interpretation of the past have divine sanction, and, unlike Morrison, they "want to stop the life of their work at the moment of writing" (Storace 66).
Emphasis is placed on the senses, her colorist inclination, her new way of identifying with nature, her perception of self as divine creator.
Lowe's most endearing invention, Frosty is also the most convincing paradigm of the artist as both divine creator and tinkering clown, simultaneously serious and playful.
They see no necessary contradiction between evolutionary theory and belief in a divine creator.
Indeed it is Huxley who coins the word 'agnosticism', to distance his secular evolutionary Truth from other dissident truths, such as those of Wallace, where the Descent of Man remained still in the hands of a divine creator.
The introduction gives a clear account of current views of the archetypal poet, the divine creator, and of the mythical significance of poetry as magically inspired wisdom.