Item description for God's Grandeur: The Arts and Imagination in Theology (Annual Publication of the College Theology Society) by David C. Robinson...
Overview Original essays explore how the arts-fiction, film, art, media, architecture, and music and imagination-can enrich the doing of theology. Part I. Visual Arts Susie Paulik Babka (Notre Dame University) Thomas M. Lucas (University of San Francisco) Sandra Bowden (Chatham, Massachusetts) Part II. Musical Arts James Caccamo (St. Joseph's University) William Collinge (Mount Saint Mary's University) Don Saliers (Emory University) Part III. Literary Arts Colleen Carpenter Cullinan (Earthrise Farm, Minnesota) Julie Hanlon Rubio (St. Louis University) Randall S. Rosenberg (Boston College) Part IV. Aesthetics and Education Ki Joo Choi (Seton Hall University) Kimberly Vrudny (University of St. Thomas, Minnesota) Jennifer Veninga (Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley) Part V. Contemporary Forms Frances Leap (Seton Hill University) Matthew Minix (University of Dayton) Maureen H. O'Connell (Fordham University)
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Studio: Orbis Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.4" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.72" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2007
Publisher Orbis Books
Series College Theology Society Annual
ISBN 1570756945 ISBN13 9781570756948
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More About David C. Robinson
David C. Robinson, SJ is an assistant professor of interdisiplinary studies at the University of San Francisco.
David C. Robinson currently resides in San Francisco, in the state of California.
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Collection from CTS & NABPR Annual Conference Aug 12, 2008
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 at the conference. The text is broken down into five sections: Visual Arts, Musical Arts, Literary Arts, Aesthetics and Education, Contemporary Forms. I have found the essays by Susie Paulik Babka (The Trinity in the Gnadenstuhl Motif: Illustrating the Cross as an Event of the Triune God), Don Saliers (Sacred Sound), and Frances Leap's (Wind, Water, Fire, and Chocolat: Playing With Film Images for Feminist Pneumatology) especially helpful.