The Theological Potential of Music: An Evaluation of Jeremy Begbie's Theology, Music and TimeA Review Essay

Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin, with Chris Cuthill, Cyril Guerette, Estelle Joubert, Michael de Moor, and Carol Olson


This review of Jeremy Begbie's Theology, Music and Time (Cambridge University Press, 2000) grew out of a graduate seminar on music aesthetics held at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto in Spring 2001. Although the review reflects contributions of all students to the seminar, not everything in the final version reflects the views of every student. Chris Cuthill is Head of the Art Department at Redeemer University College, Ontario, and doctoral candidate in aesthetics, Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto; Cyril Guerette is Professor in Theology, Heritage College, Cambridge, ON, and a doctoral candidate in theology, University of Toronto; Estelle Joubert is a doctoral candidate in musicology, University of Oxford; Michael de Moor is a doctoral student in philosophy, Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto; and Carol Olson is a graduate student in worldview studies, Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto. Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin is Senior Member in Philosophical Aesthetics, Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto.


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