- Transpositions is the official blog of the Institute for Theology, Imagination, and the Arts at the University of St Andrews.
Beyond Lines: The Relationship between the Artist and the Church [Part Three]
30 October 2013 8:00 AM | 2 Comments
Fault Lines: The Relationship between the Artist and the Church [Part Two]
23 October 2013 8:00 AM | 4 Comments
Ghost Lines: The Relationship between the Artist and the Church [Part One]
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The Integrity of Using Art, Part 3
16 September 2013 8:00 AM | 6 Comments
Trinity Sunday – A Sonnet by Malcolm Guite
09 September 2013 8:00 AM | No Comments
Lord, Give Us Shepherds: A Call for Pastors in the Arts
06 September 2013 8:00 AM | 3 Comments
Mediocrity and Excellence: An Issue for Art in the Church
10 July 2013 8:00 AM | 8 Comments
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Posted on 16/11/2012 | 3 CommentsIn his review of Rachel Held Evans’ recent and somewhat controversial book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood: How a Liberated Woman Found Herself Sitting on her Roof, Covering Her Head, and Calling Her Husband Master (Thomas Nelson, 2012), Richard Beck identified […]
Posted on 14/11/2012 | 9 CommentsNearly 450 years after his death, the artwork of Michelangelo is still making the news. This time as the subject of a study on Neuroesthetics. Having been around only about a decade, the discipline of neuroesthetics is based on the […]
Posted on 12/11/2012 | No Comments“At best reading theological texts alongside literature is illuminating” – Susan Felch  When working in the interdisciplinary contexts, the hazards and pitfalls of crossing thresholds, mapping contested territories and speaking in the grammars (often not interchangeable) of two distinct […]
Posted on 09/11/2012 | 2 CommentsDr. E. John Walford began teaching art history at Wheaton College in 1981. He is author of Jacob van Ruisdael and the Perception of Landscape (Yale University Press, 1991), and Great Themes in Art (Prentice-Hall, 2002). As a student at […]
Posted on 07/11/2012 | 3 CommentsOne of the most intriguing individuals at work in the art world today is Marcus Coates, a curiously atavistic figure, part-shaman, part-performance artist, whose most recent venture has been a long-term residency in and around London’s Elephant and Castle, documented […]
Posted on 05/11/2012 | No CommentsWe loved Suzanne Collins’ trilogy The Hunger Games (THG). While the movie is okay, we think the books are great. So, when we set out to do a meta-review of Christian writing on THG, we knew we would be biased. […]
Posted on 03/11/2012 | No CommentsWilliam D. Romanowski. Reforming Hollywood: How American Protestants Fought for Freedom at the Movies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, xv + 298 pp., £18.99/$29.95 cloth. In this thorough, fact-filled account of the interaction between Protestantism and the American cinema, William D. […]