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  • Gerald A. Arbuckle, Culture, Inculturation, and Theologians: A Postmodern Critique (Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2010). What do Christians means when we talk about contextualization and inculturation? What is involved in this process? In this book, Gerald Arbuckle, co-director of Refounding and […]

    Cultural Transpositions: A Review of Culture, Inculturation, and Theologians

    Gerald A. Arbuckle, Culture, Inculturation, and Theologians: A Postmodern Critique (Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2010). What do Christians means when we talk about contextualization and inculturation? What is involved in this process? In this book, Gerald Arbuckle, co-director of Refounding and […]

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  • Anyone who has been on the backpacker trail around Europe will be able to testify to the way in which swarms of people are attracted to the beautiful buildings, churches, monuments, and works of art that abundantly populate this continent.  […]

    Are we created for beautiful spaces?

    Anyone who has been on the backpacker trail around Europe will be able to testify to the way in which swarms of people are attracted to the beautiful buildings, churches, monuments, and works of art that abundantly populate this continent.  […]

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  • Abraham Kuyper once said, “In the total expanse of human life there is not a single square inch of which the Christ, who alone is sovereign, does not cry, ‘Mine!’” Everything we do, no matter how ‘spiritual’, can reflect the […]

    Wayfarer Arts Conference, 11-17 July 2011

    Abraham Kuyper once said, “In the total expanse of human life there is not a single square inch of which the Christ, who alone is sovereign, does not cry, ‘Mine!’” Everything we do, no matter how ‘spiritual’, can reflect the […]

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  • ~by James McCullough and Wes Vander Lugt A few weeks ago, we launched a conversation on this blog about a definition of art. It is a project that emerges directly out of our teaching experience in the intersection of theology, […]

    The Craft of Art

    ~by James McCullough and Wes Vander Lugt A few weeks ago, we launched a conversation on this blog about a definition of art. It is a project that emerges directly out of our teaching experience in the intersection of theology, […]

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  • Christian Congregational Music: Local and Global Perspectives 1-3 September 2011, Ripon College Cuddesdon, Oxford Call for Papers Christian congregational singing is a vital and vibrant dimension of church communities worldwide.  It reflects, informs, and articulates local convictions and concerns as […]

    Christian Congregational Music: Call for Papers

    Christian Congregational Music: Local and Global Perspectives 1-3 September 2011, Ripon College Cuddesdon, Oxford Call for Papers Christian congregational singing is a vital and vibrant dimension of church communities worldwide.  It reflects, informs, and articulates local convictions and concerns as […]

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  • I spend most of my time reading and writing about Edith Nesbit. Most Brits remember her best for her novel, The Railway Children. The stage-play adaptation has seen sold out runs in York and London for the last three summers […]

    Victorian Poetry, Social Justice, and New Media Satire of Christian Culture

    I spend most of my time reading and writing about Edith Nesbit. Most Brits remember her best for her novel, The Railway Children. The stage-play adaptation has seen sold out runs in York and London for the last three summers […]

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  • Review of Timothy G. Gombis, The Drama of Ephesians: Participating in the Triumph of God (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2010). This is an exciting book, and there are so many angles that one could take in a review. Since I […]

    The Drama of Ephesians: A Review

    Review of Timothy G. Gombis, The Drama of Ephesians: Participating in the Triumph of God (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2010). This is an exciting book, and there are so many angles that one could take in a review. Since I […]

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