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Music has for the most part been relatively absent from theological aesthetics, specifically in relation to theological method. The epistemological framework of Bernard Lonergan allows us to bring insights from music studies into dialogue with Lonergan’s writings on art, the aesthetic and artistic patterns of experience, and music. The author makes a case for the integration of music—both listening to and making music—within theological method.

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