Imaginatio et Ratio: A Journal of Theology and the Arts (2 issues)

Wipf & Stock, 2013
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Overview

Imaginatio et Ratio is a peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the intersection between theology and the arts. It treats imagination and reason as intertwined expressions of the same divine truth. Published twice a year, Imaginatio et Ratio represents a growing community of artists and thinkers who strive to present high-quality art, literary fiction, creative nonfiction, theology, and philosophy; the journal also publishes interviews with artists and reviews of books, films, art, and music.

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Key Features

  • Presents quality art in the context of faith
  • Blends imagination and reason toward divine truth
  • Includes a variety of media: essays, visual art, reviews, and more

Product Details

Individual Titles

Imaginatio et Ratio: A Journal of Theology and the Arts, Volume 2, Issue 1, 2013

  • Editor: J.T. Sellars
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 58

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Contents
  • Editorial
  • “Zombie Trek: Humanity, Fear and a Fate Worse than Death in Star Trek’s Borg Narratives—Part One,” by Kevin C. Neece
  • “Violent Monotheists, Violent Corporations, and the Body: Caprica’s Theological Vision,” by Jake Andrews
  • “Plutarch and Augustine on the Battlestar Galactica: Rediscovering Our Need for Virtue and Grace through Modern Fiction,” by Mark J. Boone
  • “Magic, Muggles and Misunderstanding: A Conversation with Leigh Hickman About the Christ-Like Wizard that Christian Culture Mistook for the Devil,” by Kevin C. Neece
  • Visual art by Dawn Waters Baker
  • “How to. . .” by Caitlin Smith
  • “An Interview with Dr. Zaius,” by Daniel J. Heisey
  • “News from the Underground: Being an Unauthorized Account of Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Episode One,” by Jaclyn Young
  • Review: Jurassic Park 3D, Director Steven Spielberg, Reviewed by Elijah Davidson
  • Review: The Reapers Are the Angels, by Alden Bell, Reviewed by J.T. Sellars
  • Notes on Contributors

Imaginatio et Ratio: A Journal of Theology and the Arts, Volume 2, Issue 2, 2013

  • Editor: J.T. Sellars
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 58

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Contents
  • Editorial
  • “Beauty and Mystery in Mathematics and Theology,” by Karen Kilby
  • “Zombie Trek: Humanity, Fear and a Fate Worse than Death in Star Trek’s Borg Narratives—Part Two,” by Kevin C. Neece
  • The Lord of the Rings and Oral Tradition,” by Truett James Billups
  • Visual art:
    • A Photon Accident in a Minor Gallery, digital photograph, by Michael Lujan
    • Attesa (Waiting): San Francesco, oil on canvas, by Michelle Arnold Paine
    • Touched by Light, digital photograph, by Michael Lujan
    • Attesa (Waiting) III, oil on canvas, by Michelle Arnold Paine
  • “There, In the Shadows,” by Don Michael Hudson
  • Review: Before Midnight, Reviewed by Elijah Davidson
  • Review: Lost, Stolen or Shredded: Stories of Missing Works of Art and Literature, by Rick Gekoski, Reviewed by Jeff Sellars
  • Review: Elysium, Reviewed by Elijah Davidson
  • Notes on Contributors

About J.T. Sellars

J.T. Sellars teaches philosophy and humanities in California and Oregon. He is the senior editor of Imaginatio et Ratio: A Journal of Theology and the Arts and editor of Light Shining in a Dark Place: Discovering Theology through Film.

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