Books and Scholarship

  • This is a bumper tidbits post! We’ve been hearing how much the posts about Artists and Art are particularly enjoyed, so I thought that a post featuring Artists, recent projects and lots and lots of links will be the best […]

    Transpositions Tidbits: Art and Artists

    This is a bumper tidbits post! We’ve been hearing how much the posts about Artists and Art are particularly enjoyed, so I thought that a post featuring Artists, recent projects and lots and lots of links will be the best […]

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  • If you’ve been following Transpositions over the last week you would have seen the discussion that followed Jim McCullough’s review of Nancy Pearcey’s Saving Leonardo. Though that discussion was about appreciating the visual arts, I’d like to pick up on […]

    Reading Literature Theologically

    If you’ve been following Transpositions over the last week you would have seen the discussion that followed Jim McCullough’s review of Nancy Pearcey’s Saving Leonardo. Though that discussion was about appreciating the visual arts, I’d like to pick up on […]

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  • In her new book, Saving Leonardo: A Call to Resist the Secular Assault on Mind, Morals, and Meaning (2010), Nancy Pearcey has produced the kind of text I want to write someday: deeply researched but accessibly composed, rooted in a […]

    Saving Leonardo: A Review

    In her new book, Saving Leonardo: A Call to Resist the Secular Assault on Mind, Morals, and Meaning (2010), Nancy Pearcey has produced the kind of text I want to write someday: deeply researched but accessibly composed, rooted in a […]

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  • Roy Anker, Of Pilgrims and Fire: When God Shows Up at the Movies (Grand Rapids, Michigan:  Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company 2010) Of Pilgrims and Fire actively encourages Christians to consider seriously the relationship between theology and film.  Appealing to […]

    Of Pilgrims and Fire: A Review

    Roy Anker, Of Pilgrims and Fire: When God Shows Up at the Movies (Grand Rapids, Michigan:  Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company 2010) Of Pilgrims and Fire actively encourages Christians to consider seriously the relationship between theology and film.  Appealing to […]

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  • A Review of The Melody of Faith: Theology in an Orthodox Key by Vigen Guroian (Eerdmans, 2010) In this book, Guroian presents his readers with a fresh look at Orthodox Christian faith. The description on the back cover of the […]

    The Melody of Faith: Theology in an Orthodox Key- A Review

    A Review of The Melody of Faith: Theology in an Orthodox Key by Vigen Guroian (Eerdmans, 2010) In this book, Guroian presents his readers with a fresh look at Orthodox Christian faith. The description on the back cover of the […]

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  • In an earlier post, I drew our attention to the recent increase in church commissioning of the arts within the UK.  This renaissance of sorts led a British journalist to see the arts as a potential means of church revitalisation […]

    Commissioning: Revitalising the Church through Art?

    In an earlier post, I drew our attention to the recent increase in church commissioning of the arts within the UK.  This renaissance of sorts led a British journalist to see the arts as a potential means of church revitalisation […]

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  • A review of Inclusive Yet Discerning: Navigating Worship Artfully by Frank Burch Brown (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2009). In this book, Frank Burch Brown tackles an important issue in the conversation of theology and the arts, namely what art is ‘appropriate’ […]

    Inclusive Yet Discerning: Navigating Worship Artfully – A Review

    A review of Inclusive Yet Discerning: Navigating Worship Artfully by Frank Burch Brown (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2009). In this book, Frank Burch Brown tackles an important issue in the conversation of theology and the arts, namely what art is ‘appropriate’ […]

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