Published July 2021
Transforming Christian Thought in the Visual Arts: Theology, Aesthetics, and Practice
This edited volume aims to explore how modern and contemporary artists and artworks are presenting and responding to Christian thought. Writing as artists, historians, theologians, curators, and church leaders, our contributors demonstrate reciprocal and mutually enriching relationships between theological expression and artistic practice.
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Banner image: Nave of Nevers Cathedral, with stained glass windows by Claude Viallat and Jean-Michel Alberola (1992), featuring in Chapter 5 of Transforming Christian Thought in the Visual Arts. Photo by Daniel Jolivet (Flickr).