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  • The Theological Art Art of Theologians Official Exhibition, sponsored by The Institute for Theology, Imagination, and the Arts (ITIA) at the University of St Andrews, will be opening on November 1st 2014 at 5.30 pm in the Byre Theater. The exhibition will […]

    Art of Theologians, the First ITIA Art Exhibition

    The Theological Art Art of Theologians Official Exhibition, sponsored by The Institute for Theology, Imagination, and the Arts (ITIA) at the University of St Andrews, will be opening on November 1st 2014 at 5.30 pm in the Byre Theater. The exhibition will […]

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  • Sensitive, tragic, tactile and often majestic, the poetry of John Keats feels like an ornate window through which we trace the author’s personality: with no other English poet is it so easy to apply the same adjectives to the work […]

    Clones of Keats: Negative Capability in Science Fiction

    Sensitive, tragic, tactile and often majestic, the poetry of John Keats feels like an ornate window through which we trace the author’s personality: with no other English poet is it so easy to apply the same adjectives to the work […]

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  • Mother Dolores Hart, O.S.B., & Richard DeNeut, The Ear of the Heart: An Actress’ Journey from Hollywood to Holy Vows. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2013, xvii + 457 pp., £15.05/$24.95 cloth. The Ear of the Heart is an excellent and […]

    Review: An Actress’ Journey from Hollywood to Holy Vows

    Mother Dolores Hart, O.S.B., & Richard DeNeut, The Ear of the Heart: An Actress’ Journey from Hollywood to Holy Vows. San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 2013, xvii + 457 pp., £15.05/$24.95 cloth. The Ear of the Heart is an excellent and […]

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  • Born in a landscape of chalk hills and beech trees, I was baptised at the Norman font of a church with Saxon foundations and medieval wall paintings. Sunday after Sunday we sat beneath a 13th depiction of St Christopher, the […]

    From the Tate to All Saints

    Born in a landscape of chalk hills and beech trees, I was baptised at the Norman font of a church with Saxon foundations and medieval wall paintings. Sunday after Sunday we sat beneath a 13th depiction of St Christopher, the […]

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  • “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 […]

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  • John Patrick Pazdziora and Defne Çizakça, eds., New Fairy Tales: Essays and Stories. Milton Keynes, UK: Unlocking Press, 2013, pp.xvii +437, $33.95. Author pages (unnumbered pages 432-437 in effect) provide a valuable initial guide to the nationalities and locations of […]

    Review: New Fairy Tales: Essays and Stories

    John Patrick Pazdziora and Defne Çizakça, eds., New Fairy Tales: Essays and Stories. Milton Keynes, UK: Unlocking Press, 2013, pp.xvii +437, $33.95. Author pages (unnumbered pages 432-437 in effect) provide a valuable initial guide to the nationalities and locations of […]

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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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