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  • In a previous post, I explored the question of whether or not we, as humans created in the image of God, are created for beautiful spaces.  Helpful dialogue ensued, particularly around how this relates to the God who is present […]

    Worship in Beautiful Spaces

    In a previous post, I explored the question of whether or not we, as humans created in the image of God, are created for beautiful spaces.  Helpful dialogue ensued, particularly around how this relates to the God who is present […]

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  • I stumbled across London-based Julie Cockburn’s “photography” the other day, and I found myself spellbound. There is something about her images that is deeply mysterious, haunting and utterly intriguing. Many of Cockburn’s images are manipulated, found photographs. Nearly all of […]

    Featured Artist: Julie Cockburn

    I stumbled across London-based Julie Cockburn’s “photography” the other day, and I found myself spellbound. There is something about her images that is deeply mysterious, haunting and utterly intriguing. Many of Cockburn’s images are manipulated, found photographs. Nearly all of […]

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  • ~By James McCullough and Wes Vander Lugt In two previous posts, we articulated an understanding of art as a communicative creation involving three interwoven strands. First, we suggested that art involves craft, the skill and style distinguishing art from other […]

    The Context of Art

    ~By James McCullough and Wes Vander Lugt In two previous posts, we articulated an understanding of art as a communicative creation involving three interwoven strands. First, we suggested that art involves craft, the skill and style distinguishing art from other […]

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  • A few months ago, Bob Covolo suggested we consider fashion to be a legitimate form of theological investigation – just as we examine our relationship to food from a theological lens, so may we examine our relationship to the clothing […]

    If the Devil wears Prada, what should Christians wear?

    A few months ago, Bob Covolo suggested we consider fashion to be a legitimate form of theological investigation – just as we examine our relationship to food from a theological lens, so may we examine our relationship to the clothing […]

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  • Regent College in Vancouver, BC offers a tremendous range of one or two week courses during their summer session. Classes are offered with some of the foremost evangelical scholars of our day – like Alister McGrath, Bruce Waltke, Marva Dawn and […]

    Announcing: Regent College Summer School

    Regent College in Vancouver, BC offers a tremendous range of one or two week courses during their summer session. Classes are offered with some of the foremost evangelical scholars of our day – like Alister McGrath, Bruce Waltke, Marva Dawn and […]

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  • We devoted all of last week to reviewing John Carey’s book What Good Are The Arts?. His polemical and very entertaining prose opened up a fruitful space for dialogue about important philosophical questions concerning the arts. In particular, Carey raises two […]

    Afterward: Reflecting on Our Review of What Good Are The Arts?

    We devoted all of last week to reviewing John Carey’s book What Good Are The Arts?. His polemical and very entertaining prose opened up a fruitful space for dialogue about important philosophical questions concerning the arts. In particular, Carey raises two […]

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  • Review of Chapter 7 in What Good are the Arts? by John Carey.  Transpositions has been hosting reviews of each chapter of this book from 28 March – 3 April 2011. For the full list of reviews across the week […]

    Chapter Seven: Creative Reading–Literature and Indistinctness

    Review of Chapter 7 in What Good are the Arts? by John Carey.  Transpositions has been hosting reviews of each chapter of this book from 28 March – 3 April 2011. For the full list of reviews across the week […]

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