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  • A couple of weeks ago, Sara reflected on the importance of culture-making to our experience of place. She said, “I want to suggest that it is our making of culture within a place that preserves our ‘place’ within it.” While […]

    Placemaking through the Arts

    A couple of weeks ago, Sara reflected on the importance of culture-making to our experience of place. She said, “I want to suggest that it is our making of culture within a place that preserves our ‘place’ within it.” While […]

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  • God’s Grandeur is a collection of essays from the 2006 annual conference of the College Theology Society (CTS) and National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion (NABPR). David Robinson has collected a fine variety from the overwhelming wealth of presentations […]

    God’s Grandeur: The Arts and Imagination in Theology

    God’s Grandeur is a collection of essays from the 2006 annual conference of the College Theology Society (CTS) and National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion (NABPR). David Robinson has collected a fine variety from the overwhelming wealth of presentations […]

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  • Over the weekend, Anna and I had the opportunity to take part in the Christian New Media Awards and Conference. Transpositions was nominated and awarded the runner-up prize in the Best Christian Blog category at the Awards on Friday evening. […]

    What Would Jesus Tweet? A Response to #CNMAC11

    Over the weekend, Anna and I had the opportunity to take part in the Christian New Media Awards and Conference. Transpositions was nominated and awarded the runner-up prize in the Best Christian Blog category at the Awards on Friday evening. […]

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  • What does saving seeds have to do with splendor, or responsible waste disposal with wonder, or biodiversity with beauty? Everything, according to Belden Lane, especially when viewed through the lens of Reformed theology. For those who understand Reformed theology to […]

    Beauty, Ethics, and Reformed Spirituality

    What does saving seeds have to do with splendor, or responsible waste disposal with wonder, or biodiversity with beauty? Everything, according to Belden Lane, especially when viewed through the lens of Reformed theology. For those who understand Reformed theology to […]

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  • Registration is now open for a one-day inter-disciplinary conference on Music and Transcendence to be held in Cambridge, UK on 29 November 2011. All papers and performances will consider the ways in which music relates to infinite and ‘ultimate’ meaning […]

    Registration Open for Music and Transcendence Conference, Cambridge, UK

    Registration is now open for a one-day inter-disciplinary conference on Music and Transcendence to be held in Cambridge, UK on 29 November 2011. All papers and performances will consider the ways in which music relates to infinite and ‘ultimate’ meaning […]

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  • Marilynne Robinson, Absence of Mind: The Dispelling of Inwardness from the Modern Myth of the Self (Yale University Press, 2010). 140 pages. When my colleague and friend Jenn Craft suggested that I review Marilynne Robinson’s Absence of Mind for Transpositions, I […]

    Absence of Mind: A Review

    Marilynne Robinson, Absence of Mind: The Dispelling of Inwardness from the Modern Myth of the Self (Yale University Press, 2010). 140 pages. When my colleague and friend Jenn Craft suggested that I review Marilynne Robinson’s Absence of Mind for Transpositions, I […]

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  • We have now arrived at the final post in this five part series. Up to this point, I have considered the way that one’s approach to the image of God influences one’s theological reflection on artistic creativity. In Part II, […]

    Comparing Divine and Artistic Creativity (Part V): Toward an Ethic of Artistic Creativity

    We have now arrived at the final post in this five part series. Up to this point, I have considered the way that one’s approach to the image of God influences one’s theological reflection on artistic creativity. In Part II, […]

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