Music and Theology
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Description: Musicand Theology will be a volume in the Horizons in Theology series. It will offer a relatively brief but highly engaging essay on the major concerns and questions regardingMusic as it intersects with theology-past and present. Don Saliers is a senior scholar in this field, one who is able to address in a clear and concise style the scope and contours of this question as it relates to theological inquiry and application. He will sketch the nature and significance of the subject, the history of reflection, the current lines of inquiry, and his own contribution to the discussion. The scope of the essays cannot be exhaustive and completely interdisciplinary. Instead, Saliers will open the broader lines of discussion in suggestive, evocative, and programmatic ways. The Horizons in Theology serve as supplements and secondary required texts in colleges and seminaries, as well as the interested nonspecialist reader.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Abingdon Press
Publication date: 6/1/2007
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.25" tall
|Sound, synaesthesis, and spirituality|
|Music and the body : Christian ambivalence|
|Three theological aims and music unlimited|
|Theology sung : hymns, psalms, and spiritual songs|
|Singing as political act : theological soundings of justice|
|Beyond "sacred" and "secular"|
|Listening for the music of heaven and earth|
|Postlude : music as theology, theology as music|