Christian faith and the contemporary arts.

Eversole, Finley [Browse]
New York, Abingdon Press [1962]
255 p. illus. 25 cm.


  • Art and the renewal of human sensibility in mass society / Nathan A. Scott -- Literary tradition and the contemporary writer / Walter Sullivan -- Art tradition and the contemporary visual arts / Herbert Read -- The brave new world of the modern artist / Finley Eversole -- Is the creative process similar in the arts? / Julius Portnoy -- The artist and the problem of communication / Keith W. Irwin -- The artist as prophet-priest of culture / Roger L. Shinn -- The sensibility of the church and the sensibility of the artist / John W. Dixon -- What is Christian in a Christian literature? / Hans Egon Holthusen -- Christianity, myth, and the symbolism of poetry / Cleanth Brooks -- Poetry and religion / Amos N. Wilder -- The existential temper of the modern novel / Colin Wilson -- Camus : the argument from the absurd / Stanley Romaine Hopper -- Contemporary drama in the Catholic tradition / E. Martin Browne -- Thesis for a playwright still in hiding / Tom F. Driver -- The gospel in so-called secular drama / Edward C. Hobbs --
  • The image of man : criterion for a religious movie / Malcolm Boyd -- Television : the quest for a new art form / Pamela Ilott -- Mid-century man and his music : a Christian view / George W. Pool -- Jazz as a Christian expression / Elwyn A. Wienandt -- Contemporary dance in Christian perspective / Dora Cargille Sanders -- The Catholic imagination and the painting of our time / Celia Hubbard -- Art beyond celebration / Roger Ortmayer -- A sculptor discusses contemporary religious work / Clark B. Fitz-Gerald -- Contemporary Christian architecture and Catholic faith / Robert E. Rambusch -- The matrix of form in church architecture / Joseph Sittler -- Little world in crisis : a tragicomic caricature / Jim Crane -- Demythologizing "Peanuts" / James T. Miller.
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