a theological view of how culture helps us see, hear and feel
quotes... or a word of warning
In retrospect, it seems quite logical that when we as evangelical students of culture began to emerge from the dusky passageways of fundamentalism, our eyes would be dazzled by the enchanting romantic tradition. Because of its skepticism about the relevance of history and the historical process, because of its desire to assign to art a special separate status, and because of its sense of alienation about both unadorned nature and mass culture, romantic theory has offered an appealing sight to those of us whose aesthetic lenses have been ground, whether we appreciate it or not, in the shop of American fundamentalism.
"Offspring of an Odd Union: Evangelical Attitudes Toward the Arts"
from Marsden's Evangelicalism and Modern America p.144