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(2019-02-13) - Journal articleThis paper describes a creative partnership between a theologian and a poet arranged by the Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts at the University of St Andrews in 2018. The TheoArtistry project seeks to ...
(2018-03-01) - Journal articleDie immer noch anzutreffende Auffassung, Jesus und seine Jünger hätten ein baldiges ,,Ende der Welt" erwartet, basiert auf einer falschen Interpretation der relevanten antiken Texte, zu der Johannes Weiß und Albert Schweitzer ...
(2016-10) - Journal itemThis is a book review of Profane Parables: Film and the American Dream, by Matthew S. Rindge (Waco: Baylor University Press, 2016).
(2017-10) - Journal itemThis is a book review of S. Brent Plate, ed. Film and Religion: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies. London: Routledge Press, 2017.
(2017-10) - Journal itemThis is a book review of Zachary Settle and Taylor Worley, eds. Dreams, Doubt, and Dread: The Spiritual in Film. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2016.