Visual Theology is a series of conferences, exhibitions, and related events that explores the relationship between the spiritual imagination and visual culture. From our twenty-first century perspective, the interpretation of religion and the arts demands an engaged, conversational, and questioning approach. Visual Theology rejects the thematic reduction or historical confinement of more traditional approaches to Christian theology and visual media, seeking to position both as discursively rather than determinatively constructed. Sacred texts and images, and the perspectives of readers and viewers, are more hybrid now than they have ever been. We celebrate the diversity of this culture, and encourage new forms of critical dialogue between church leaders, academic specialists, and professional artists.