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Mark S. Burrows

Poetry Editor

ARTS

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ARTS

3000 Fifth Street Northwest

Saint Paul, Minnesota,55112

United States

Company Description

ARTS is a journal of the arts in religious and theological studies. In every issue, we offer articles under the categories of theology and the arts "in the classroom," "in the sanctuary," "in the study," and "in the studio. In addition to these regular items, ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Theologian-in-Residence

Old South Church


Guest Professor

Kirchliche Hochschule


Affiliations

RUAH Spirituality Institute

Board Member


American Theological Society

Elected Member


The Christian Century

Historian of Medieval and Early Modern Christianity


Society of Biblical Theologians.

Member


Contemporary Culture

Member


The Henry Luce Foundation Inc

III Fellow In Theology


Education

Lawrence University


Princeton University


M.Div.

Princeton Theological Seminary


Ph.D.

Princeton Theological Seminary


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Board Members

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Mark Burrows
Mark Burrows joined the faculty of Andover Newton Theological School (Newton, MA) in 1993, where he is currently Professor of the History of Christianity and director of the Program in Worship, Theology, and the Arts. Author and editor of numerous books and more than fifty articles, Burrows' writings explore a range of topics related to medieval mysticism, aesthetics, poetics, and contemporary culture. He is a recent Henry Luce III Fellow in Theology (2007-8), during which time he completed work on a forthcoming book, Untamed Wisdom: Mystics and Poets in Search of God. Past president of the Society for the Study of Christian Spirituality (2003) and current poetry editor of Spiritus: A Journal of Christian Spirituality, Burrows is an oblate at Glastonbury Abbey in Hingham, MA, where he frequently teaches and leads retreats. In the spring of 2009, he co-founded an emergent worship gathering in Framingham called OpenSpirit (www.comeopenspirit.org).


Online Edition

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Mark Burrows' article, "Seeing Through Words," which is on poetry as a visual art, also appears in this issue.
Mark Burrows curates four poems by Jennifer Wallace, Regina Walton, Angela Alaimo O'Donnell, and Harold J. Recinos. Eight poems by SAID, treating such themes as desire and mourning, are translated by our poetry editor, Mark Burrows. Mark Burrows writes of the energy of poetry in a culture of saturation.


Current Issue

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Eight poems by SAID, treating such themes as desire and mourning, are translated by our poetry editor, Mark Burrows.


Transforming Ministries

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Prof. Mark S. Burrows, Professor of the History of Christianity will be speaking on The Da Vinci Code on March 13 at Christ Church Cathedral in Hartford, CT and on March 16 at All Saints Parish, 1773 Beacon Street, Brookline. Public dialogue on art and faith with Delvyn Case, Composer; Mark Burrows, Theologian;


Transforming Ministries

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Public dialogue on art and faith with Delvyn Case, Composer; Mark Burrows, Theologian;


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