October 12, 2014 / From the Editor
Some interesting factoids that might put history into new perspectives: Your entire perception of history …
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.
Given the round-robin of writers and directors who fashioned it, The Wizard of Oz seems attributable to Chance, Fate, Divine Intervention or the Collective Unconscious. And yet, magically, apparently, this happenstance masterpiece remains among Hollywood’s most beloved for its famous heights and depths. To hear Salman Rushdie tell it, though, the heights are all that count.