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Sounding the depths : theology through the arts (edition 2002)

by Jeremy Begbie

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Theologians and artists reflect here, in a series of essays, on how theology and the arts can be mutually enriching and beneficial. The contributors argue that it is part of theology's "calling" to engage with culture, particularly the arts, and that it is not in fact "true" theology unless it does so. The essays cover such topics as drama, cathedral art, poetry and music; the contributors include Tom Wright, Rowan Williams and David Ford.… (more)
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Theologians and artists reflect here, in a series of essays, on how theology and the arts can be mutually enriching and beneficial. The contributors argue that it is part of theology's "calling" to engage with culture, particularly the arts, and that it is not in fact "true" theology unless it does so. The essays cover such topics as drama, cathedral art, poetry and music; the contributors include Tom Wright, Rowan Williams and David Ford.

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