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Beholding the Glory: Incarnation through the Arts

Beholding the Glory: Incarnation through the Arts
In this book, eight artists and teachers explore the Christian Gospel from the inside, through Art. Between them, they represent literature, poetry, dance, icons, sculpture, popular music and music. The contributors endeavour to give space to do their own work by ngaging wih the primary testimony of Scripture and with the wealth of Christian tradition. In this way, unfamiliar theological themes aer uncovered.
Our Price: £11.99
ISBN/EAN: 9780801022449
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Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Author: Jeremy S. Begbie
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The book is described as a fine collection of probing and imaginative discussion of the relation btween the incarnation and the arts; as one turns the page, a new chapter opens and a different view appears. The essays are beautiful reflections on various ways of doing theology. They will benefit those who love the arts and seek to follow Christ, especially perhaps those who study theology primarily with their minds. The opening chapter, Through the Arts, reflects on hearing seeing and touching the truth; and the author of the concluding chapter, Through music: sound mix, stands back a little to examine a basic characteristic of virtually all music.
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