God's Grandeur: Art and Imagination in Theology

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781570756948
  • Publisher: Orbis Books
  • Publication date: 6/28/2007
  • Series: College Theology Society Series
  • Edition number: 52
  • Pages: 269
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction   David C. Robinson     ix
Visual Arts
Three Parables of the Rose, or Shanghai-ed into Acculturation   Thomas M. Lucas     3
The Trinity in the Gnadenstuhl Motif: Illustrating the Cross as an Event of the Triune God   Susie Paulik Babka     17
A Quiet Renaissance: Artists of Faith for a New Century   Sandra Bowden     38
Musical Arts
Sacred Sound   Don Saliers     53
The Listener as Musician: The Importance of the Audience in the Moral Power of Music   James F. Caccamo     59
John Dunne's Words: "Explore the Realm of Music"   William J. Collinge     80
Literary Arts
Imagining Redemption: The Novel as a Source of Dangerous Memory   Colleen Carpenter Cullinan     95
Flannery O'Connor and a Catholic Theology of the Family   Julie Hanlon Rubio     110
Hans Urs von Balthasar's Use of the Dramatic Time of Theater: Responding to a Political-Theological Concern   Randall S. Rosenberg     128
Aesthetics and Education
Profound Learning, Theological "Aesthetics, and AIDS: Assessing the Effectiveness of Service-Based Pedagogies   Kimberly Vrudny     151
Beauty in a Rahnerian Key? Some Reflections on the Perception of the Beautiful in Transcendental Experience   Ki Joo Choi     167
Fictitious Worlds and Real Unrealities: The Aesthetic Imagination in Soren Kierkegaard and Herbert Marcuse   Jennifer Elisa Veninga     191
Contemporary Forms
Wind, Water, Fire, and Chocolat: Playing with Film Images for Feminist Pneumatology   Frances M. Leap     211
Mass Culture or Mass Culture? The Frankfurt School's Critique of the Culture Industry vs. The Catholic Imagination of Bishop Fulton J. Sheen   Matthew G. Minix     223
If These Walls Could Talk: God's Grandeur amidst Urban Blight   Maureen H. O'Connell     243
Contributors     265
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