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  • “…some to church repair, / Not for the doctrine, but the music there.” - Alexander Pope [1] On most Sundays the Norwegian Seamen’s Church situated in the heart of Brooklyn’s Red Hook district remains shuttered and abandoned, its congregation a mere memory […]

    Here’s the Church, Here’s the Steeple: But With Robots, Not People

    “…some to church repair, / Not for the doctrine, but the music there.” - Alexander Pope [1] On most Sundays the Norwegian Seamen’s Church situated in the heart of Brooklyn’s Red Hook district remains shuttered and abandoned, its congregation a mere memory […]

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  • Note from the editor: From November 4th to November 9th of 2013, Transpositions hosted an online symposium on Imaginative Natural Theology.  During that week, Transpositions received this piece of writing from Travis Buchanan. Although it could not be included in […]

    Christians: Don’t Burn the Book of Nature!

    Note from the editor: From November 4th to November 9th of 2013, Transpositions hosted an online symposium on Imaginative Natural Theology.  During that week, Transpositions received this piece of writing from Travis Buchanan. Although it could not be included in […]

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  • Editor’s Note: This is the second post in our new Artists in Residence series, a series intended to draw working artists like Bruce Herman, Alfonse Borysewicz and Makoto Fujimura into the theology/arts conversation here on Transpositions.  … /on the puzzle […]

    Upper Room: Alfonse Borysewicz, Artist in Residence

    Editor’s Note: This is the second post in our new Artists in Residence series, a series intended to draw working artists like Bruce Herman, Alfonse Borysewicz and Makoto Fujimura into the theology/arts conversation here on Transpositions.  … /on the puzzle […]

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  • Ralph C. Wood.  Chesterton: The Nightmare Goodness of God.  Waco, TX:  Baylor University Press, 2011, xi + 342 pp., £29.50/$34.95 cloth. “Redemption is not primarily an inward and solitary but and outward and communal affair.”[p.221]  Like a writer of detective […]

    Reviews: Chesterton, and Balthasar

    Ralph C. Wood.  Chesterton: The Nightmare Goodness of God.  Waco, TX:  Baylor University Press, 2011, xi + 342 pp., £29.50/$34.95 cloth. “Redemption is not primarily an inward and solitary but and outward and communal affair.”[p.221]  Like a writer of detective […]

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  • Call for Papers: Edited Volume The Inklings and King Arthur edited by Sørina Higgins OVERVIEW: The recent publication of The Fall of Arthur, an unfinished poem by J.R.R. Tolkien, revealed a startling aspect of the legendarium. The key is found in notes […]

    Call for Papers: The Inklings & King Arthur

    Call for Papers: Edited Volume The Inklings and King Arthur edited by Sørina Higgins OVERVIEW: The recent publication of The Fall of Arthur, an unfinished poem by J.R.R. Tolkien, revealed a startling aspect of the legendarium. The key is found in notes […]

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  • At 19 years old a mentor told me to watch the movie Donnie Darko for a ministry assignment. He didn’t explain why, and watching the film certainly didn’t help me understand his reasoning (at least at the time). That film, […]

    Film as Image and Discourse: The Level Ground Film Festival

    At 19 years old a mentor told me to watch the movie Donnie Darko for a ministry assignment. He didn’t explain why, and watching the film certainly didn’t help me understand his reasoning (at least at the time). That film, […]

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  • Atsuyoshi Fujiwara. Theology of Culture in a Japanese Context: A Believer’s Church Perspective. Princeton Theological Monograph Series. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2012, xxii + 393 pp., £38.00/$48.00 paper. This book is a fine example of how diverse voices can improve the […]

    Review: Theology of Culture in a Japanese Context

    Atsuyoshi Fujiwara. Theology of Culture in a Japanese Context: A Believer’s Church Perspective. Princeton Theological Monograph Series. Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2012, xxii + 393 pp., £38.00/$48.00 paper. This book is a fine example of how diverse voices can improve the […]

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