Book Review—Saving Beauty: A Theological Aesthetics of Nature by Kathryn B. Alexander
by Nathan Michon
from Currents Fall 2014
A 2013 graduate of the GTU (PhD in systematic theology) and associate rector at Christ Episcopal Church in Little Rock, Arkansas, Kathryn B. Alexander takes us on a beautiful journey in her recent book, Saving Beauty: A Theological Aesthetics of Nature (Fortress, 2014). The book, based on her dissertation, examines “the experience of natural beauty as a source of religious insight.” Alexander outlines representative figures in the history of Christian thought...