Theology

  • Following up an earlier post, “The Imagination between Beauty and Goodness,” in which I discussed how the imagination might help bring the values of beauty and justice into closer proximity, my purpose here is to consider the following: How are we to understand […]

    Aesthetics as Concealment [and]/or Disclosure

    Following up an earlier post, “The Imagination between Beauty and Goodness,” in which I discussed how the imagination might help bring the values of beauty and justice into closer proximity, my purpose here is to consider the following: How are we to understand […]

    Continue Reading...

  • In God and Enchantment of Place, David Brown draws our attention to the need for re-enchantment in our interaction with the world around us—that is, a renewed awareness of the possibility of God’s revelatory presence in and engagement with all […]

    Enchanting Evil

    In God and Enchantment of Place, David Brown draws our attention to the need for re-enchantment in our interaction with the world around us—that is, a renewed awareness of the possibility of God’s revelatory presence in and engagement with all […]

    Continue Reading...

  • Robert MacSwain, ed., Scripture, Metahysics, and Poetry: Austin Farrer’s The Glass of Vision With Critical Commentary. Farnham: Ashgate, 2013, 221 pp., £60.00/$109.95, cloth. I first read Austin Farrer’s The Glass of Vision while spending a week at Gladstone’s Library in Flintshire, Wales. Shortly after returning home, […]

    Review: Scripture, Metaphysics, and Poetry

    Robert MacSwain, ed., Scripture, Metahysics, and Poetry: Austin Farrer’s The Glass of Vision With Critical Commentary. Farnham: Ashgate, 2013, 221 pp., £60.00/$109.95, cloth. I first read Austin Farrer’s The Glass of Vision while spending a week at Gladstone’s Library in Flintshire, Wales. Shortly after returning home, […]

    Continue Reading...

  • “Speaking in tongues” is an act, written about in the New Testament and experienced by Christians to the present day, in which the Spirit gives someone to say more than she knows, in a language she doesn’t particularly understand as […]

    Tongues, Art, and St. Paul’s Rules of Order: A Few Suggestions

    “Speaking in tongues” is an act, written about in the New Testament and experienced by Christians to the present day, in which the Spirit gives someone to say more than she knows, in a language she doesn’t particularly understand as […]

    Continue Reading...

  • Editor’s Note: Miriam Ernest is a dancer based in New York City and Washington, D.C. Miriam has trained and performed at the Grand Rapids Ballet Company, the Pacific Northwest Ballet School, and other major companies across the continent. She is currently […]

    Dancing Graciously: An Interview with Miriam Ernest

    Editor’s Note: Miriam Ernest is a dancer based in New York City and Washington, D.C. Miriam has trained and performed at the Grand Rapids Ballet Company, the Pacific Northwest Ballet School, and other major companies across the continent. She is currently […]

    Continue Reading...

  • Preston Yancey, Tables in the Wilderness: A Memoir of God Found, Lost, and Found Again. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2014, 240 pp., £12.99/$19.99 cloth. This book’s back cover bio begins: “Preston Yancey is a lifelong Texan-raised Southern Baptist who fell in love […]

    Review: Tables in the Wilderness

    Preston Yancey, Tables in the Wilderness: A Memoir of God Found, Lost, and Found Again. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2014, 240 pp., £12.99/$19.99 cloth. This book’s back cover bio begins: “Preston Yancey is a lifelong Texan-raised Southern Baptist who fell in love […]

    Continue Reading...

  • This is my last post for Transpositions. I would like to thank my colleagues for their support and encouragement over the past three years. I would also like to thank you readers for your comments and emails offering useful feedback […]

    A Goodbye and a Blessing

    This is my last post for Transpositions. I would like to thank my colleagues for their support and encouragement over the past three years. I would also like to thank you readers for your comments and emails offering useful feedback […]

    Continue Reading...

Page 1 of 6412345...102030...Last »