In the CASE of Australia

by Anna Blanch on July 12, 2008

I am part of a scholars group for CASE Magazine, a publication of the Centre for Apologetic Scholarship in Education, otherwise known as CASE, based out of New College at the University of New South Wales. CASE Magazine has addressed a broad range of topics including an upcoming issue on “Theology and the Arts” which will (hopefully) include an article of mine on exploring the work of secular artists and authors theologically. Recent issues have been on “Communication, Cyberspace and Community,” “Seeking Happiness,” and “The Christian and Politics” and includes articles and book reviews.

CASE director Trevor Cairney also has a blog titled Just In Case that has recently been addressing the controversy surrounding the Bill Henson exhibit.

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