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Coleridge: The Leper of Abercuawg, Marilynne Robinson’s Genesis, and Anglo-Saxon liturgical books

Coleridge is a monthly digest of noteworthy items in theology and the arts. Music Compared to the music of Haydn and Mozart, that of Dieterich Buxtehude...

No Regrets After Leaving Social Media

About a year ago, I wrote about my decision to leave behind social media. I can say that the decision has been unequivocally positive....

He Gets Us Angry

I have loved football all of my life. My father played football in college, while my brother and I, due to a downward genetic mutation,...

Coleridge: Scorsese’s Jesus film, the Erasmian Quixote, and ecstatic poetry

Coleridge is a monthly digest of noteworthy items in theology and the arts. Contemporary Art Mark K. Spencer reviews Beautiful Ugliness: Christianity, Modernity, and the Arts...

Coleridge: Catholic Jon Fosse’s Nobel, Bill Watterson’s Mysteries, and Sufjan Stevens’s Faith

Coleridge is a monthly digest of noteworthy items in theology and the arts. Art History In Washington, D.C., the Catholic Art Institute will host a Christmas...

Coleridge: Christina Rossetti’s Anglo-Catholicism, Chichester’s new workshop for liturgical art, and Cormac McCarthy’s contemptus mundi

Coleridge is a monthly digest of significant developments in theology and the arts. Music In “Spiritual Renewal and Modern Choral Music,” Michael De Sapio praises the...

Does Everything Happen for a Reason?

As I grew up in the 1990s, few hours of television were as sacrosanct to me as Quantum Leap. I was already a lover...

Coleridge: Rowan Williams on the Bible and Poetry; Taylor Swift and Catharism; the Lives of Virgil and Andrei Rublev

Coleridge is a monthly digest of significant developments in theology and the arts. Art Andrey Rublev: The Artist and His World, a biography by Robin Milner-Gulland...

Coleridge: Shane McCrae’s and Wes Anderson’s Episcopal Faith; Pynchon as America’s Theologian; and Bach’s Boundless Abundance

Coleridge is a monthly digest of significant developments in theology and the arts. Poetry Wyatt Mason profiles the acclaimed poet and practicing Episcopalian Shane McCrae on...

The Dangers of Subculture

By Sarah Puryear The recent Amazon Prime documentary Shiny Happy People is a devastating and incisive examination of the form of Christianity followed by the...

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