Brehm Center and Fortress Press to Publish Book Series on Art and Religion

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Brehm Center and Fortress Press to Publish Book Series

on Art and Religion


PASADENA, Calif., May 30, 2017—Fuller Seminary is thrilled to announce the upcoming publication of a series of books in collaboration with Fortress Press and Fuller’s Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts. The series will be edited by Kutter Callaway, assistant professor of theology and culture, and he will coauthor the first volume in the series with Barry Taylor, affiliate faculty member and Brehm Center artist-in-residence. The series will investigate the leading edge of contemporary engagements between art, culture, and religion, and topics will include film, visual art, aesthetics, and music.

Callaway, the author of Watching TV Religiously, said, “The promise of this series is that it will go beyond the conventional church-and-culture conversation to really push the boundaries of what religion means and how it functions in our current cultural environment.” Callaway continued, “I look forward to publishing books by innovators and artists, theologians and cultural critics.”

Will Bergkamp, publisher at Fortress Press, expressed enthusiasm for the project: “Fuller Theological Seminary has long been a preeminent institution in global Christianity, and we anticipate great books to come from this partnership. Fortress’s Theology for the People line aims to make theological conversations available to all readers, so working with the Brehm Center is a perfect fit for us.”

Fortress Press is planning a robust marketing campaign around the books, and they plan to partner with the Brehm Center to host events at Fuller’s campuses.


About Fortress Press

For over fifty years, Fortress Press has been a pioneer in religious scholarship. Fortress Press publishes Theology for the People: relevant books on thoughtful Christianity for all readers.

About the Brehm Center

Guided by the principles of Culture Care, a vision set forth by director Mako Fujimura, Fuller’s Brehm Center is a Christ-centered, spiritually nourishing community that guides and resources leaders to care for culture, creatively explore and express their calling, and critically integrate worship, theology, and the arts. The Brehm Center seeks to theologically, spiritually, and culturally form students, alumni, and the broader public through academic programs, resource creation, and events.

About Fuller Theological Seminary

Fuller Seminary, the largest multidenominational seminary in the world, provides professional, graduate-level education through its schools of theology, psychology, and intercultural studies. Through its main campus near Old Town Pasadena, California and several regional campuses, and online programs, Fuller serves nearly 4,000 students from 90 countries and 110 denominations, offering five programs fully in the Korean language and four in Spanish. The seminary’s 43,000 living alumni, the largest alumni base of any seminary, serve throughout the world as ministers, nonprofit organization and corporate leaders, therapists, counselors, teachers, and in many other vocations of service and leadership. For more information:

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