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Imaginative Grit and Everlasting Art

This recording is from the 2009 conference Mission, Worldview and the Christian University: Living at the Crossroads, presented by the Paideia Centre for Public Theology.

Cities as a Place for Public Artwork: a GLOCAL Approach

Dr. Seerveld argues that good city life needs more than smooth transit and corporate development—it means building communities around art, imagination, and the hope of the possible. He outlines how the different spheres of human existence contribute to the transformation and renewal of great urban centres.

The Wound of Beauty

Gregory Wolfe probes the modern Christian’s openness to beauty, to imagination, and to the truth in the darker side of life.

How and Why We Should Read the Old Testament for Public Life Today

The Old Testament is full of much which is confusing, violent, and ambiguous. We asked Ryan O'Dowd, lecturer at Cornell University and author of Old Testament Wisdom Literature: A Theological Introduction, to introduce and curate a series of articles on how and why we should read the Old Testament for public life today. —Comment editors, Fall...