Theology, Aesthetics, and Culture: Responses to the Work of David Brown

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9780199646821: Theology, Aesthetics, and Culture: Responses to the Work of David Brown
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This attractively produced volume is the outcome of a major conference ... This is an important book; it is relevent not only to exploring and appreciating central ideas in Brown's impressive oeuvre through the appreciative and critical lenses of fellow theologians, but also to the whole development of theology's dialogue with the arts into the future. ( Gesa Thiessen, Art and Christianity)

[David Brown's] series stands as one of the most remarkable achievements of modern theology. Accordingly, Theology, Aesthetics, & Culture: Responses to the Work of David Brown deserves heed as an invaluable companion for anyone tackling Browns magisterial theological synthesis ( Robert Covolo, Literature and Theology)

This is a book full of ideas. MacSwain and Worley have done a great tribute to Brown's work in their careful organization and editing, and have given a great gift to the rest of us in such a rich and provocative text that introduces and engages with his important work. ( Anthony D. Baker, Anglican Theological Review)

The range of the essays in this volume is as broad as Brown's capacious vision, and in their own ways often as provocative and exciting. To read this book is an education in theology and the arts. We have much to be grateful for in this rich and provocative assessment of Brown's work—the beginning, one hopes, of a widespread exploration, appropriation, and development of his immense contribution ( The Rev. Samuel T. Lloyd III, Sewanee Theological Review)

This is an important book; it is relevant not only to exploring and appreciating central ideas in Brown's impressive oeuvre through the appreciative and critical lenses of fellow theologians, but also the whole development of theology's dialogue with the arts into the future. ( Gesa Thiessen, Art and Christianity)

many of the essays in this volume will not only open up Brown's oeuvre to non-theologians, but may also serve to re-set the agenda for sociological research as well as theological enquiry. ( Graham Howes, Journal of Contemporary Religion)

This symposium reminds us of the many-faceted importance of David Brown's work. It should encourage those who do not know it to engage with it, and for those who already do to continue the conversation and take the exploration further. ( Bishop Geoffrey Rowell,The International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church)

The quality of thought and scholarship throughout is impressive, and all essays engage a single set of works. This is not a hommage in the traditional sense, but the range, depth, and quality of the essays provided by 22 theologians and philosophers does honor to the scholar at the center of the conversation. ( Alan G. Padgett, Theological Studies,)

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This is a book full of ideas. MacSwain and Worley have done a great tribute to Brown's work in their careful organization and editing, and have given a great gift to the rest of us in such a rich and provocative text that introduces and engages with his important work. Anthony D. Baker, Anglican Theological Review The range of the essays in this volume is as broad as Brown's capacious vision, and in their own ways often as provocative and exciting. To read this book is an education in theology and the arts. We have much to be grateful for in this rich and provocative assessment of Brown's work-the beginning, one hopes, of a widespread exploration, appropriation, and development of his immense contribution The Rev. Samuel T. Lloyd III, Sewanee Theological Review This is an important book; it is relevant not only to exploring and appreciating central ideas in Brown's impressive oeuvre through the appreciative and critical lenses of fellow theologians, but also the whole development of theology's dialogue with the arts into the future. Gesa Thiessen, Art and Christianity This symposium reminds us of the many-faceted importance of David Brown's work. It should encourage those who do not know it to engage with it, and for those who already do to continue the conversation and take the exploration further. Bishop Geoffrey Rowell,The International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church

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