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  • Religions, Environments & Popular Culture – Postgraduate Conference 26 September 2014 School of Arts, Languages and Cultures, University of Manchester   2014, a year which sees the return of Noah to the big screen, began with a UKIP councillor claiming that […]

    Conference Announcement: Religions, Environments & Popular Culture

    Religions, Environments & Popular Culture – Postgraduate Conference 26 September 2014 School of Arts, Languages and Cultures, University of Manchester   2014, a year which sees the return of Noah to the big screen, began with a UKIP councillor claiming that […]

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  • Editor’s Note: Guest contributor Jennifer Agee leads us into Easter weekend with her prose poem “Vigil”. The Transpositions team would like to wish our readers a blessed Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday. “Vigil” We have seen the labor pains of creation. […]

    Vigil

    Editor’s Note: Guest contributor Jennifer Agee leads us into Easter weekend with her prose poem “Vigil”. The Transpositions team would like to wish our readers a blessed Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday. “Vigil” We have seen the labor pains of creation. […]

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  • Stephen M. Garrett. God’s Beauty-in-Act: Participating in God’s Suffering Glory. Eugene: Wipf and Stock, 2013, xviii + 243 pp., $29.00 paperback. In this book based on his doctoral dissertation, Stephen M. Garrett, Lecturer of Public Theology and Philosophy of Religion […]

    Review: God’s Beauty-in-Act

    Stephen M. Garrett. God’s Beauty-in-Act: Participating in God’s Suffering Glory. Eugene: Wipf and Stock, 2013, xviii + 243 pp., $29.00 paperback. In this book based on his doctoral dissertation, Stephen M. Garrett, Lecturer of Public Theology and Philosophy of Religion […]

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  • Jessica DeCou, Playful, Glad, and Free: Karl Barth and a Theology of Popular Culture. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2013. 240 pp., £38.99/$59.00 paper. For those questioning whether or not Karl Barth even had a theology of culture, Jessica DeCou’s well-written text brings […]

    Playful, Glad, and Free: Karl Barth and a Theology of Popular Culture

    Jessica DeCou, Playful, Glad, and Free: Karl Barth and a Theology of Popular Culture. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2013. 240 pp., £38.99/$59.00 paper. For those questioning whether or not Karl Barth even had a theology of culture, Jessica DeCou’s well-written text brings […]

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  • The Society for the Study of Theology Postgraduate Conference Images, Icons & Idols 9-10 January 2015, University of Manchester This conference seeks to explore the interconnection of images, iconographic and idolatrous. The body of Christ is a classic theme in […]

    Conference Announcement: Images, Icons & Idols

    The Society for the Study of Theology Postgraduate Conference Images, Icons & Idols 9-10 January 2015, University of Manchester This conference seeks to explore the interconnection of images, iconographic and idolatrous. The body of Christ is a classic theme in […]

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  • Greg Bottoms, The Colorful Apocalypse: Journeys in Outsider Art. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2007.  200 pp., £14.00/$20.00 cloth. This volume, exploring the lives and works of three prominent southern fundamentalist Christian outsider artists, is an interesting mixture of literary journalism and memoir. […]

    Review: The Colorful Apocalypse

    Greg Bottoms, The Colorful Apocalypse: Journeys in Outsider Art. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2007.  200 pp., £14.00/$20.00 cloth. This volume, exploring the lives and works of three prominent southern fundamentalist Christian outsider artists, is an interesting mixture of literary journalism and memoir. […]

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  • On a recent trip to India I visited the National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi. I confess I knew little to nothing about Indian art, and so thought this an appropriate act of penance. The current exhibition, “… in the […]

    Jamini Roy and the Lesson of (Visual) Contextualization

    On a recent trip to India I visited the National Gallery of Modern Art, Delhi. I confess I knew little to nothing about Indian art, and so thought this an appropriate act of penance. The current exhibition, “… in the […]

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