TABLE OF CONTENTS

Christian Scholar's Review
Volume XL, Number 4 (Summer 2011)
Theme Issue: Reel Presence


INTRODUCTION TO THE THEME ISSUE

ARTICLES

  • Charlie W. Starr - Faith without Film is Dull: C. S. Lewis Corrects Evangelicals on Art, Movies, and Worldview Analysis [Abstract]

  • Annalee R. Ward - Gran Torino and Moral Order [Abstract]

  • Stephen Parmelee - "Such Inexplicable Pain": Kon Ichikawa's The Burmese Harp [Abstract]
  • Scott DeVries - Murals, Icons, Movies: Christian Imagery in Mexican Cinema [Abstract]
  • Joseph G. Kickasola - The Mystery Dialectic in Cinema: Paradox, Mystery, Miracle [Abstract]

REVIEW ESSAYS

  • Crystal Downing - Strange Bedfellows: Faith and Film—A Review Essay [Abstract]

  • Jeremy S. Begbie - Pressing at the Boundaries of Modernity—A Review Essay [Abstract]

REVIEWS

  • Clemena Antonova, Space, Time and Presence in the Icon: Seeing the World with the Eyes of God
  • Reviewed by Katie Kresser, Art, Seattle Pacific University

  • W. David O. Taylor, editor, For the Beauty of the Church: Casting a Vision for the Arts
  • Reviewed by Gretchen Buggeln, The Phyllis and Richard Duesenberg Chair in
    Christianity and the Arts, Valparaiso University

  • Thomas S. Kidd, God of Liberty: A Religious History of the American Revolution
  • Reviewed by Carol Sue Humphrey, History, Oklahoma Baptist University

  • Stanley Hauerwas, Hannah's Child: A Theologian's Memoir
  • Reviewed by Barry Harvey, Honors College, Baylor University

  • Michael E. Sherr, On Becoming a Christian Educator in Social Work
  • Reviewed by Kenneth M. Stoltzfus, Social Work, Malone University

  • Richard Crouter, Reinhold Niebuhr on Politics, Religion, and Christian Faith
  • Reviewed by Benjamin B. DeVan, Ethics and Theology, Durham University

INDEX FOR VOLUME XL