Literature and Theology

by Anna Blanch on February 22, 2011

This past week I posted a new installment on Transpositions in a series of posts I began late last year about reading literature theologically.

The first three in the series were –
1. Literature and Religion (and Theology)
2. Are Labels useful? or, why I’m not sure about Christian Literature,
3. Why I don’t just read “Christian” books.

The latest post is titled  Reading Literature Theologically.

The discussion that followed the second of those posts was particularly lively. I encourage you to drop by and join in the discussion. It’ll certainly help me clarify my ideas about these important topics.

In many ways Transpositions has been taking up quite a bit of the time I once devoted solely to Goannatree. Over the next few months, I’ll hopefully be able to share with you some of the fruits of those labours. It’s been an exciting time.

The image for the article (and above) is one of my, from this recent trip back to Australia.

Anna Blanch is founder of Goannatree, and a PhD candidate in the Institute of Theology, Imagination, and the Arts at St Mary’s College, University of St Andrews, Scotland. She is also a regular contributor to Transpositions.

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