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  • Alastair Gordon. Beyond Air Guitar: A Rough Guide for Christian Students and Graduates in Art, Design and the Media. Carlisle: Piquant Editions, 2012, 226pp. £14.99 paper. In this three-part guide for Christian art students and recent graduates, London-based painter and writer […]

    Reviews: Beyond Air Guitar and Artist Scholar

    Alastair Gordon. Beyond Air Guitar: A Rough Guide for Christian Students and Graduates in Art, Design and the Media. Carlisle: Piquant Editions, 2012, 226pp. £14.99 paper. In this three-part guide for Christian art students and recent graduates, London-based painter and writer […]

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  • Augustine occupies a unique place in the history of theological aesthetics. In a sense, the whole of Western theological aesthetics is couched in Augustine’s complex struggle to understand how the things of the body (sensuality, art, imagination, etc.) should be […]

    “The Senses Are Not Content to Take Second Place”: Body, Art and Temptation in Augustine’s Confessions

    Augustine occupies a unique place in the history of theological aesthetics. In a sense, the whole of Western theological aesthetics is couched in Augustine’s complex struggle to understand how the things of the body (sensuality, art, imagination, etc.) should be […]

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  • Recently, I concluded my dissertation for my MLitt here at St Andrews. My project focused on the Anglo-Norman medieval poet Chrétien de Troyes and his romance Perceval, suggesting that he intended to create a narrative that reworked catechetical approaches to the […]

    Storied Catechism: What Medieval Stained Glass Could Mean for Today

    Recently, I concluded my dissertation for my MLitt here at St Andrews. My project focused on the Anglo-Norman medieval poet Chrétien de Troyes and his romance Perceval, suggesting that he intended to create a narrative that reworked catechetical approaches to the […]

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  • As we pursue our aim to bring the conversation of theology and the arts to a broader audience, we’d like to make you aware of several upcoming changes here at Transpositions. Changes to The Team With Professor Trevor Hart transitioning from St […]

    Letter from the Editors

    As we pursue our aim to bring the conversation of theology and the arts to a broader audience, we’d like to make you aware of several upcoming changes here at Transpositions. Changes to The Team With Professor Trevor Hart transitioning from St […]

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  • From the Editors: Transpositions will be taking a brief break over the summer. We will resume our regular posting schedule on Monday 19th August. In the meantime, enjoy your summer reading!   _________________ Image credit: Cole Matson

    Transpositions Takes a Holiday

    From the Editors: Transpositions will be taking a brief break over the summer. We will resume our regular posting schedule on Monday 19th August. In the meantime, enjoy your summer reading!   _________________ Image credit: Cole Matson

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  • Hans Boersma. Nouvelle Théologie and Sacramental Ontology: A Return to Mystery. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, ix + 325 pp., £65.00/$130.00 cloth. £25.00 paper. Boersma begins with the Jesuit patrologist Jean Daniélou’s controversial 1946 essay: “Les Orientations présentes de la pensée […]

    Review: Nouvelle Théologie and Sacramental Ontology

    Hans Boersma. Nouvelle Théologie and Sacramental Ontology: A Return to Mystery. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, ix + 325 pp., £65.00/$130.00 cloth. £25.00 paper. Boersma begins with the Jesuit patrologist Jean Daniélou’s controversial 1946 essay: “Les Orientations présentes de la pensée […]

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  •   Olga Lah is an installation artist living and working in Los Angeles, CA.  She received a B.A in studio art and a B.A. in art history from University of California, Riverside in 2002.  She also holds an M.A. in […]

    Featured Artist: Olga Lah

      Olga Lah is an installation artist living and working in Los Angeles, CA.  She received a B.A in studio art and a B.A. in art history from University of California, Riverside in 2002.  She also holds an M.A. in […]

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