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Stations of the Cross

By | on 13, Apr 2022 |   Arts theology and the arts Stations of the Cross

The Stations of the Cross has its origins in the early Christian practice of visiting the sites of Jesus’ passion in Jerusalem. Over the centuries, it has since developed into a kind of mini- or local[...]

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Found Object Theology: How pulp sci-fi book covers can teach us how to write about God

By | on 05, Mar 2022 |   Arts Theology theology and the arts God Progressive Christianity Deconstruction Arts Lunch theopoetics


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Arts Lunch Conversation with Artivist Daniel Arzola

By | on 06, Nov 2021 |   Arts social justice social transformation theology and the arts Activism lgbtq Transgender Rights Queer Arts Lunch Pride


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The Boy Who Found Gold: A Conversation with Father Bill McNichols

By | on 05, Nov 2021 |   Arts theology and the arts lgbtq Catholicism Progressive Christianity Open and Affirming Painting


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A Different Kind of Theology: Fiction, Imagination, and New Realities with Bryan Bliss

By | on 13, Oct 2021 |   Arts writing theology and the arts Book Gun Violence Arts Lunch Healing fiction

On Tuesday, October, 12th, 2021, novelist and current UTS student, Bryan Bliss spoke to the Arts Lunch about fiction and its power to heal and transform.

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The Good Shepherd: Image, Meaning, and Power with Dr. Jennifer Awes Freeman

By | on 21, Sep 2021 |   Arts Theology united faculty theology and the arts Academics Church History Medieval Research Faculty Arts Lunch

On Tuesday September 21, 2021, United professor Jennifer Awes Freeman shared an overview of her new book, The Good Shepherd: Image, Meaning, and Power, with the Arts Lunch. The book traces the motif o[...]

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