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  • Editor’s note: We are thrilled to welcome Jon Greenaway, a PhD Candidate from Manchester Metropolitan University working on Gothic theology, to the Transpositions team. This is his first post as a Regular Contributor in a series on Gothic theology. The Gothic has been […]

    Facing The Darkness: Towards a Gothic Theology

    Editor’s note: We are thrilled to welcome Jon Greenaway, a PhD Candidate from Manchester Metropolitan University working on Gothic theology, to the Transpositions team. This is his first post as a Regular Contributor in a series on Gothic theology. The Gothic has been […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • When I moved to California about three years ago, I could hear neither myself nor God. Just two weeks prior, my husband and I were residing in Oxford, set to return to America and make our “new” home in Illinois. […]

    Dance, Transcendence and Moments of Recovery

    When I moved to California about three years ago, I could hear neither myself nor God. Just two weeks prior, my husband and I were residing in Oxford, set to return to America and make our “new” home in Illinois. […]

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  • In Visual Faith, William Dyrness entertains two questions concerning the uncomfortable, and at times awkward, relationship between beauty and goodness. The first: “Do pursuits of justice and beauty compete for our attention?”[1] And the second: “How can I enjoy quiet […]

    The Imagination between Beauty and Goodness

    In Visual Faith, William Dyrness entertains two questions concerning the uncomfortable, and at times awkward, relationship between beauty and goodness. The first: “Do pursuits of justice and beauty compete for our attention?”[1] And the second: “How can I enjoy quiet […]

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  • Call for Papers Christian Congregational Music: Local and Global Perspectives Conference Ripon College Cuddesdon, Oxford, United Kingdom 4-7 August 2015 Congregational music-making is a vital and vibrant practice within Christian communities worldwide. It reflects, informs, and articulates convictions and concerns that are […]

    CFP: Christian Congregational Music: Local and Global Perspectives Conference

    Call for Papers Christian Congregational Music: Local and Global Perspectives Conference Ripon College Cuddesdon, Oxford, United Kingdom 4-7 August 2015 Congregational music-making is a vital and vibrant practice within Christian communities worldwide. It reflects, informs, and articulates convictions and concerns that are […]

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  • James Hall, The Self-Portrait: A Cultural History, New York: Thames and Hudson, 2014, 288pp, 120 Illustrations, 109 in colour, £24.95.  British art historian and critic James Hall has produced an impressive account of the history of Western self-portraiture in a beautifully […]

    Review: The Self Portrait: A Cultural History

    James Hall, The Self-Portrait: A Cultural History, New York: Thames and Hudson, 2014, 288pp, 120 Illustrations, 109 in colour, £24.95.  British art historian and critic James Hall has produced an impressive account of the history of Western self-portraiture in a beautifully […]

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