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  • To the left of the altar in Old Saint Pauls Episcopal Church (Edinburgh) sits a memorial chapel. In that chapel is perhaps one of the most striking recent pieces of church art in Scotland, Still by Alison Watt. Watt is […]

    To sit in its shadow: Church, Art, and Layers of Meaning

    To the left of the altar in Old Saint Pauls Episcopal Church (Edinburgh) sits a memorial chapel. In that chapel is perhaps one of the most striking recent pieces of church art in Scotland, Still by Alison Watt. Watt is […]

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  • Martin Kemp, Christ to Coke: How Image Becomes Icon (Oxford University Press, 2012).  368 pages. What images deserve the status of ‘icon’? In his newest book, Martin Kemp brings the trained eye and scholarly method of an art historian to […]

    Review: Christ to Coke

    Martin Kemp, Christ to Coke: How Image Becomes Icon (Oxford University Press, 2012).  368 pages. What images deserve the status of ‘icon’? In his newest book, Martin Kemp brings the trained eye and scholarly method of an art historian to […]

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  • Review of Roger Scruton, Beauty: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011), 186 pages. Beauty is a significant philosophical category for the study of art and theology. While significant, it can also be challenging to understand due to the […]

    Review: Beauty: A Very Short Introduction

    Review of Roger Scruton, Beauty: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011), 186 pages. Beauty is a significant philosophical category for the study of art and theology. While significant, it can also be challenging to understand due to the […]

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  • As a philosopher of religion, I spend most of my professional writing time considering the theological significance of pain and suffering. As a human being, I spend most of my time outside in green under blue. I remember when, as […]

    Further up and Farther in

    As a philosopher of religion, I spend most of my professional writing time considering the theological significance of pain and suffering. As a human being, I spend most of my time outside in green under blue. I remember when, as […]

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  • To conclude Art and Mission week, Transpositions interviewed ITIA PhD candidate, Tanya Walker, and asked her about the New York City Tribeca Arts Project she co-founded and directed for several years. The scope and activity of the Project reveals the […]

    Tribeca Arts Project: Artistic Collaboration bringing Transformation

    To conclude Art and Mission week, Transpositions interviewed ITIA PhD candidate, Tanya Walker, and asked her about the New York City Tribeca Arts Project she co-founded and directed for several years. The scope and activity of the Project reveals the […]

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  • For a number of years I have been involved in ministering to people in what are commonly known as ‘creative access’ countries.  In other words, countries where people are marginalized and where the creative voice has been suppressed.  Within this […]

    Arts and Ministry – Process over Product?

    For a number of years I have been involved in ministering to people in what are commonly known as ‘creative access’ countries.  In other words, countries where people are marginalized and where the creative voice has been suppressed.  Within this […]

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  • After serving thirty years in a mission organization and truly struggling to “find my place” as an artist, it has been a delight to finally watch God release artists in international mission. I was immediately told upon conversion to Christ […]

    Dance and Feeling in Christian Mission

    After serving thirty years in a mission organization and truly struggling to “find my place” as an artist, it has been a delight to finally watch God release artists in international mission. I was immediately told upon conversion to Christ […]

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