- Title Pages
- List of Plates
- 1 Scripture, Tradition, and Revelation: An Appreciative Critique of David Brown
- 2 Revelation, Christ, and Fundamental Theology: David Brown and Karl Rahner in Dialogue
- 3 The Resurrection of Body: Re-imagining Human Personhood in Christian Tradition
- 4 Saints Before and After Death
- 5 From Ethics to Eschatology: The Continuing Validity of the New Eve for Christian Doctrine and Discipleship
- 6 Revelation Imagined: Fiction, Truth, and Transformation
- 7 Enchantment and Transcendence: David Brown on Art and Architecture
- 8 Transcending Place and Time: A Response to David Brown on Enchantment, Epistemology, and Experience
- 9 Re-enchanting the World: The Possibility of Materially-Mediated Religious Experience
- 10 ‘I am the Dance’: Towards an Earthed Christianity
- 11 Openness and Specificity: A Conversation with David Brown on Theology and Classical Music
- 12 Infinite Hospitality and the Redemption of Kitsch
- 13 Were We Ever Secular? Interrogating David Brown on Gospel, Blues, and Pop Music
- 14 What if David Brown Had Owned a Television?
- 15 After Ascension: The Body of Christ, Kenosis, and Divine Impassibility
- 16 ‘A sensibility for the infinite’: Metaphor, Symbol, Form, and the Sublime
- 17 Lectio Divina?
- 18 The Density of Divine Address: Liturgy, Drama, and Human Transformation
- 19 The Liturgical Body and the Gift of Presence
- Theology, Aesthetics, and Culture
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