ARTS Vol. 31, No. 1
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In this issue, four poets contribute poems fitting for the autumnal season. Jacquelynn Price-Linnartz writes of a distinctly Wesleyan contribution to theology and the arts rooted in the affections. Mary Lane Potter reflects on how her encounter with moonstones in Cambodia enabled her to overcome an acute case of writer’s block. James Romaine provides a spiritually rich reading of the incomprehensibility of Rachel Whiteread’s works by likening her visual scheme to that of El Greco. Christopher Pramuk explores the spiritual terrain of the icon as traversed by Fr. William Hart McNichols. We round out the issue with Timothy Carson’s review of Deborah Sokolove’s latest book, and with three book notes by Mark McInroy.
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ARTS: The Arts in Religious and Theological Studies is the journal of the Society for the Arts in Religious and Theological Studies (SARTS), and is published by the Religion and the Arts Program at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities and the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of St. Thomas. ARTS appreciates the additional financial support of partner institutions. We are funded by donations from our partner institutions as well as individual memberships to the professional society and through subscriptions to ARTS: The Arts in Religious and Theological Studies. Your new or ongoing support is very much appreciated.