The Divine Voice

Over the past several years Stephen Webb, professor of religion and philosophy at Indiana’s Wabash College, has directed his highly tuned theological senses to a variety of subjects outside the typical confines of academic theology. He has examined food production and consumption in Good Eating, and the relationship between the teaching of religion and education in Taking Religion to School. In The Divine Voice Webb focuses on sound, particularly the act of proclamation. “This is a book about what it might mean to take sound seriously as the most characteristic medium of biblical revelation and Christian mission,” he writes.

 

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