Like Jesus and the other faithful in Israel and the church in history, Christians in our experience society will not only take pleasure in God and enjoying life as much as possible (leitourgia), but also, helped by the Holy Spirit, act as God would act if God were a human being (diakonia). In this study I will suggest that they can learn much about diakonia and the corresponding attitude from postmodern art. The keyword is aisthesis, 'observing': Do we dare to really open our eyes - as artists do - and look around us at the world? If we do, if we have the courage to observe, we will see what 'being looked after' by God can mean for our own lives. We will have an eye for those who are suffering because of injustice and hatred in our world; we will see in a different light what is going on in our sociaty. Dare we open our eyes and mind? Dare we observe
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Book Description Peeters Publishers, Leuven, 2002. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 8.25" Tall. Small dent visible to FFEP. Pages otherwise fine. Some faint dirtying to fore edges. All else in order. Bookseller Inventory # ART644
Book Description Peeters Publisher. 9789042911673 Etat de neuf / As new / Sent out from Belgium / Expédié de la Belgique The Importance of Art Works for Consciousness of Diakonia in (Post-)modern Church XV-177 p. Bookseller Inventory # PTRJ854
Book Description Peeters Publisher. 2002. Book Condition: As new. Etat de neuf / As new / Sent out from Belgium / Expédié de la Belgique 9789042911673 9789042911673 The Importance of Art Works for Consciousness of Diakonia in (Post-)modern Church XV-177 p. Bookseller Inventory # PTRJ854