In Poetic Theology, William Dyrness tries to keep one eye on the historical conversation about art's theological value, one eye on the issues of the contemporary church, and one eye on the interests of art itself. As the metaphor implies, this project could make anyone dizzy.
A special Christmas review of noteworthy books, video and music.
Categories include theology and spirituality, creative nonfiction, fiction, history and current
events, children's literature, TV on DVD, choral Christmas
music and popular music.
In anticipation of the 500-year celebration of the Protestant Reformation, a “Luther Reading Challenge” is being launched by the Institute for Ecumenical Research in Strasbourg, France. Writings of Martin Luther are being made available online. Persons who sign up for a free account can engage in online discussion groups with people around the world in English and other languages, including Hungarian, Chinese, and Portuguese.