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Philosophy and/of Worship
An annotated research guide from the field of philosophy, focusing on the 'liturgical turn' in Christian philosophy of religion.
Resource Guide | March 14, 2017
Glorious Things of Me Are Spoken: The Vice of Vainglory
“Vainglory” is an ancient name for showing off our goodness. Vainglory names the temptation to display our goodness in ways that undercut both it and the glory due to God for it.
Article | August 11, 2016
Shiny, Happy People: The Vice of Vainglory, the Church, and You
Work in Christian ministry and leadership often brings a struggle with image, reputation, and audience-pleasing.
Video | July 08, 2016
Q&A with Jamie Smith on 'Desiring the Kingdom'
Q&A with author James K.A. Smith on 'Desiring the Kingdom'
Conversation | April 17, 2012
Love Takes Practice: Christian Worship as a Pedagogy of Desire
We are what we love. This biblical notion is found across the Christian tradition, from Paul and Augustine to Luther and Edwards. But what are its implications for worship? Explore how Christian worship forms and shapes our love to make us a people who desire the kingdom of God, as well as how Christian worship counters the formation of "secular liturgies."
Slideshow | Audio | Video | April 18, 2011
Toward a Liturgical Aesthetic
An interdisciplinary Review of Aesthetic Theory
Article | March 10, 2011
Postmodernism, Worship, and Evangelism
While we often associate "postmodernism" with the explosion of communications technology or the outlandish claims of "deconstruction," this workshop suggested that postmodernism might also mean a return to symbols, icons, and ritual. With this in mind, this workshop explored the shape of worship as evangelism in postmodernity.
Audio | January 01, 2009
Simply Christian - N.T. Wright
Based on the speaker's book, this presentation explored the foundations of our spiritual longing and the basics of the Christian faith.
Audio | February 05, 2007