Postmodern worship & the arts / edited by Doug Adams and Michael E. Moynahan.

Contributor(s): Adams, Doug, 1945- | Moynahan, Michael E
Material type: TextTextPublisher: San Jose, Calif. : Resource Publications, c2002Description: 179 p., [4] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cmISBN: 0893905461 (pbk.)Other title: Postmodern worship and the artsSubject(s): Worship | Christian art and symbolism | Church music | Religious dance | Liturgical adaptation -- ChristianityLOC classification: BV10 | .P67 2002
Contents:
1. Ambiguity as a gift of arts to formation of inclusive community / Doug Adams -- 2. Liturgy that does justice: acts of imagination, courage, curiosity / Janet Walton -- 3. Beauty and the beast: criteria for artful liturgy / Joyce Ann Zimmerman -- 4. Hierarchy and liturgical space / Lizette Larson-Miller -- 5. New intelligence for a new millennium: drama and biblical humor / Michael E. Moynahan -- 6. "Kennst du das Land?": comments on the implications of diverse settings of a "Lied" of Goethe as a source of insight for the Ordinary of the Mass / Louis Weil -- 7. The Christian worshiping community and the Confucian art of "Li" / Timothy D. Hoare -- 8. The role of the arts in worship / Joan Carter -- 9. Anselm Kiefer's covenant with the land: sacramental art / Xavier John Seubert -- 10. Liturgical dance: state of the art / Carla De Sola -- 11. Come dance Sophia's circle / Martha Ann Kirk -- 12. Why are they writing all this music?: reflections on the popular liturgical music market / John Foley -- 13. Three funerals (and a film) / John Baldovin -- 14. Educating for inculturation: reasons why the arts cannot be ignored / Eduardo C. Fernández -- 15. The challenge of cultural diversity and liturgical planning: sociological and constructivist responses / Shane P. Martin -- 16. Cultural anthropology and creative inculturation of liturgy in the South Pacific / Tom Splain -- 17. Sensual liturgy as Hispanic worship / Arturo Pérez Rodríguez -- 18. How can the church worship in postmodern times? / James L. Empereur.
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1. Ambiguity as a gift of arts to formation of inclusive community / Doug Adams -- 2. Liturgy that does justice: acts of imagination, courage, curiosity / Janet Walton -- 3. Beauty and the beast: criteria for artful liturgy / Joyce Ann Zimmerman -- 4. Hierarchy and liturgical space / Lizette Larson-Miller -- 5. New intelligence for a new millennium: drama and biblical humor / Michael E. Moynahan -- 6. "Kennst du das Land?": comments on the implications of diverse settings of a "Lied" of Goethe as a source of insight for the Ordinary of the Mass / Louis Weil -- 7. The Christian worshiping community and the Confucian art of "Li" / Timothy D. Hoare -- 8. The role of the arts in worship / Joan Carter -- 9. Anselm Kiefer's covenant with the land: sacramental art / Xavier John Seubert -- 10. Liturgical dance: state of the art / Carla De Sola -- 11. Come dance Sophia's circle / Martha Ann Kirk -- 12. Why are they writing all this music?: reflections on the popular liturgical music market / John Foley -- 13. Three funerals (and a film) / John Baldovin -- 14. Educating for inculturation: reasons why the arts cannot be ignored / Eduardo C. Fernández -- 15. The challenge of cultural diversity and liturgical planning: sociological and constructivist responses / Shane P. Martin -- 16. Cultural anthropology and creative inculturation of liturgy in the South Pacific / Tom Splain -- 17. Sensual liturgy as Hispanic worship / Arturo Pérez Rodríguez -- 18. How can the church worship in postmodern times? / James L. Empereur.

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