How do the arts inform and cultivate our service to God? In this
addition to an award-winning series, distinguished philosopher
Bruce Ellis Benson rethinks what it means to be artistic. Rather
than viewing art as practiced by the few, he recovers the ancient
Christian idea of presenting ourselves to God as works of art,
reenvisioning art as the very core of our being: God calls us to
improvise as living works of art. Benson also examines the nature
of liturgy and connects art and liturgy in a new way. This book
will appeal to philosophy, worship/liturgy, art, music, and
theology students as well as readers interested in engaging issues
of worship and aesthetics in a postmodern context, including
Christian artists and worship leaders.
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