Episode: What role does art play in the forming of our theological imagination about Christ? What does it mean to respond to the cross as witness instead of spectator? In this interview, Chris Green joins co-host Amy Hughes to talk about his new book on art, beauty, and Christology. The topics range widely from the role of story, art, and liturgy in formation to quite the discussion about Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ. 

Guest: Chris EW Green is Professor of Public Theology at Southeastern University and a pastor at Sanctuary Church in Tulsa, OK, where he lives with his wife, Julie, and their three kids: Zoë, Clive, and Emery. He’s the author of several books, including Surprised by GodThe End is Music: A Companion to Robert W. Jenson’s Theology (Cascade)Toward a Pentecostal Theology of the Lord’s Supper(CPT Press) and Sanctifying Interpretation: Vocation, Holiness, and Scripture (CPT Press). Chris is the author most recently of All Things Beautiful (Baylor Univ Press, 2021), and his current work focuses on the place of Mary and other saints in Christian theology and spirituality.

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