William Dyrness is professor of theology and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary. He teaches courses in theology, culture, and the arts, and was a founding member of the Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts. Dyrness has over thirty years of teaching experience in the United States, the Philippines, Kenya, and South Korea, and has published work in a variety of fields, including theology and culture, apologetics, theology and art, and global missions. His most recent work is Poetic Theology: God and the Poetics of Everyday LIfe (Eerdmans, 2010), and he is currently at work on a major research project funded by the Henry Luce Foundation on the use of visual images in worship in Christian, Buddhist, and Muslim communities.
William Dyrness June 26, 2012 / Theology
In this article, William Dyrness responds to Robert Covolo and Cory Willson’s attempt to position themselves between theological account of culture and cultural practices outlined in James K. A. Smith’s book Desiring the Kingdom and Dyrness’s book Poetic Theology.