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  • Michael J. Bauer. Arts Ministry: Nurturing the Creative Life of God’s People. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2013, 328 pp., £19.99/$29.00, paper. In this ‘practical study of arts ministry’ with an intended audience of ‘the church’, Michael J. Bauer’s Arts Ministry: Nurturing the […]

    Review: Arts Ministry: Nurturing the Creative Life of God’s People

    Michael J. Bauer. Arts Ministry: Nurturing the Creative Life of God’s People. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2013, 328 pp., £19.99/$29.00, paper. In this ‘practical study of arts ministry’ with an intended audience of ‘the church’, Michael J. Bauer’s Arts Ministry: Nurturing the […]

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  • Mary Poppins, the film based on the novel by Australian writer P. L. Travers, was one of Walt Disney’s greatest successes when it first debuted in 1964, and its five Academy Awards (out of thirteen nominations), its Golden Globe Awards […]

    Feeding the Birds

    Mary Poppins, the film based on the novel by Australian writer P. L. Travers, was one of Walt Disney’s greatest successes when it first debuted in 1964, and its five Academy Awards (out of thirteen nominations), its Golden Globe Awards […]

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  • Editor’s Note: We are excited to welcome Kevin M. Antlitz, Ministry Fellow at Princeton University, to the Transpositions team. This is his first post as a Regular Contributor.  What does it mean to be truly human? Such a query provokes a host […]

    Reflecting Calvary: What it Means to be Truly Human

    Editor’s Note: We are excited to welcome Kevin M. Antlitz, Ministry Fellow at Princeton University, to the Transpositions team. This is his first post as a Regular Contributor.  What does it mean to be truly human? Such a query provokes a host […]

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  • “Dark Faith: New Essays on Flannery O’Connor’s The Violent Bear It Away,” Edited by Susan Srigley, University of Notre Dame Press, 2012, 232 pps.. £17 / $28. Flannery O’Connor belies easy stereotype. Her deepest narratives rest in the broader story of […]

    Review: “Dark Faith: New Essays on Flannery O’Connor’s The Violent Bear It Away”

    “Dark Faith: New Essays on Flannery O’Connor’s The Violent Bear It Away,” Edited by Susan Srigley, University of Notre Dame Press, 2012, 232 pps.. £17 / $28. Flannery O’Connor belies easy stereotype. Her deepest narratives rest in the broader story of […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • 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, […]

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