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You have to love something to satirize it well and we are lucky that Randy Boyagoda loves a lot of things: family life, the Catholic Church, multi-cultural Toronto, university teaching and… pickle b... Read More

Being Human

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In our time the question of what it means to be human is under close scrutiny. This is partly because of the development of AI and the extraordinary advances in technology on this front. We now speak ... Read More

The Self Portrait

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The self-portrait is a well-established tradition in Western art. Though it flourished in the Renaissance an age when the individual was a focus of attention it didn’t begin there. The self-portrait... Read More

God’s Mind in that Music

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For well over a decade there has been an increasing momentum on works exploring the links between  theology and the arts. Jazz is one of the themes that continues to show up in these conversation... Read More

Brown Face, Big Master

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Joyce Gladwell, Macmillan Caribbean, 2003 Caribbean Classics This work was first published in 1969 in England by InterVarsity Press. It’s a biography in which the author provides an intimate account... Read More

Reel Spirituality

Robert K. Johnston, Reel Spirituality: Theology and Film in Dialogue, Baker Academic, 2000, 236 pages.   There have been many books on movies and religion in recent years, but for the most part... Read More