The Wilderness and the Desert of the Real
by Geoff Hall
Part 1 in the 4-part series Spiritual Direction in a Postmodern Landscape
The artist wants to get to the marketplace to participate in the conversation. The theologian wants to control the conversation. The artist wants a free-forming discourse on the plastic horizon. The theologian wants to measure the distance to the horizon and make sure nobody goes beyond it.
From the editor
The Wilderness and the Desert of the Real is a necessity for the modern spiritual thinking artist. Geoff thoughtfully dives into the unexplored recesses of the artist’s art and the relationship between the spiritual artist and the church, charting previously unpublished territories in this deeply soulful essay.
Table of Contents
|Cast of Characters||13|
|Direction through a Weary Land||17|
|At Work in the Digital Babel||21|
|The Desert of the Real||25|
|Also in this series||52|
|About the author||54|