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  • This is the first week of a new year; the new liturgical year, that is. But in the face of the end of civic calendar (at least in the West), the season of advent often seems like an add-on to an […]

    Ambivalent Anticipation: Advent

    This is the first week of a new year; the new liturgical year, that is. But in the face of the end of civic calendar (at least in the West), the season of advent often seems like an add-on to an […]

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  • Roger Feldman graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Art Education. He then studied theology at Fuller Seminary for one year, but he chose to return to Seattle and set up a studio.  After working for a […]

    Featured Artist: Roger Feldman

    Roger Feldman graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Art Education. He then studied theology at Fuller Seminary for one year, but he chose to return to Seattle and set up a studio.  After working for a […]

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  • Joan Chittister, Liturgical Year: The Spiraling Adventure of the Spiritual Life, Thomas Nelson: Nashville, 2009. The Liturgical Year is part of the The Ancient Practices Series from Thomas Nelson. The books in this series explore different aspects of Christian practice including fasting, the […]

    Review: The Liturgical Year

    Joan Chittister, Liturgical Year: The Spiraling Adventure of the Spiritual Life, Thomas Nelson: Nashville, 2009. The Liturgical Year is part of the The Ancient Practices Series from Thomas Nelson. The books in this series explore different aspects of Christian practice including fasting, the […]

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  • In April 1947, C.S. Lewis wrote to Laurence Whistler with advice on the creation of a Christian literary journal which Whistler was hoping to start.[1] Here are some of Lewis’s guidelines: ‘I think the Periodical ought to come before the […]

    C.S. Lewis’s Guidelines for a Christian Journal

    In April 1947, C.S. Lewis wrote to Laurence Whistler with advice on the creation of a Christian literary journal which Whistler was hoping to start.[1] Here are some of Lewis’s guidelines: ‘I think the Periodical ought to come before the […]

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  • While the scholarly study of place is becoming increasingly more common, there is still comparatively little theological work published on the topic. Craig Bartholomew’s Where Mortals Dwell adds to this biblical and theological conversation by offering, as the subtitle indicates, […]

    Where Mortals Dwell: A Review

    While the scholarly study of place is becoming increasingly more common, there is still comparatively little theological work published on the topic. Craig Bartholomew’s Where Mortals Dwell adds to this biblical and theological conversation by offering, as the subtitle indicates, […]

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  • Eating, like clothing and shelter, is a necessity. But just as every culture discovers and develops ways of building shelters and designing clothing based on their resources and their particular needs and sensibilities, so too cooking is a creative necessity. […]

    Eating to Survive or Eating to Live?

    Eating, like clothing and shelter, is a necessity. But just as every culture discovers and develops ways of building shelters and designing clothing based on their resources and their particular needs and sensibilities, so too cooking is a creative necessity. […]

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  • Back in March of this year, Transpositions hosted an extended book review of John Carey’s What Good are the Arts?. In the first chapter, Carey tackles the question ‘What is a work of art?’, eventually providing his own definition: ‘A work […]

    Is art fundamental to human living? Birth as Performance Art

    Back in March of this year, Transpositions hosted an extended book review of John Carey’s What Good are the Arts?. In the first chapter, Carey tackles the question ‘What is a work of art?’, eventually providing his own definition: ‘A work […]

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