In recent times Christian theology has failed to find a place for beauty. The Bishop of Oxford shows how a biblical faith can give a key place to it, and he argues for a Christian approach to art which is also sensitive to the spiritual dimension.
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Richard Harries was Bishop of Oxford and is a popular speaker and broadcaster.Review:
"While the number of art illustrations are few, Harries' book reproduces four in the full colour often missing in books on theology of art but very important in perceiving beauty. Such colourful artworks help make the case for the centrality of the beauty of God in aesthetics."—Theology Today, January 2002
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Book Description Mowbray, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11026467510X