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Reframing Theology and Film: New Focus for an Emerging Discipline

Reframing Theology and Film: New Focus for an Emerging Discipline

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Edited by Robert K. Johnston

The study of theology and film has been in existence for fewer than three decades. What, then, does the future hold for this evolving subject? Robert Johnston has drawn together more than a dozen scholars who regularly write and teach on the topic in Reframing Theology and Film: New Focus for an Emerging Discipline; their contributions explore how the discipline of theology and film can flourish and mature. The book also emphasizes the overlooked and undervalued aspects of theology and film. Borne out of a three-year consultation and funded by the Luce Foundation, this project is divided into six parts. Each section concentrates on a particular theme, such as broadening the scope of films to study and engaging the perspective of film viewers and their meaning-making process.

This anthology will resonate with theology and film professors, students, pastors, librarians, and interested lay readers. Reframing Theology and Film is destined to become an important work in the expanding field of theology and film.

Contributors: Craig Detweiler; Barry Taylor; Gaye Williams Ortiz; Sara Anson Vaux; Gordon Lynch; Terry Lindvall; Clive Marsh; Rebecca Ver Straten-McSparran; Catherine M. Barsotti; John Lyden; Mitch Avila; Christopher Deacy; Rose Pacatte, FSP; Gerard Loughlin; Robert K. Johnston

Paperback; 335 pages

About the Series: The Cultural Exegesis series provides methodological and foundational studies that address the way to engage culture theologically. Each volume works within a specific cultural discipline, illustrating and embodying the theory behind cultural engagement. By providing the appropriate tools, these books equip the reader to engage and interpret the surrounding culture responsibly.

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