"Theological Aesthetics is a carefully argued, scholarly, theologically astute, and distinctive study, and makes a noteworthy contribution to a field that has only recently begun to receive the sustained attention that it deserves. It has a kind of integrity and depth that is all too rare in books on theology and the arts."--Frank Burch Brown, editor of The Oxford Handbook of Religion and the Arts
About the Author
Richard Viladesau is Associate Professor of Theology and Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Theology, Fordham University.