The extraordinary in the ordinary. The beauty in the everyday. The sacred in the quotidian. Goannatree offers a place to explore the relationships between theology and culture, especially literature; both from the perspective of the everyday and in light of academic research. Through thoughtful writing and images, Goannatree considers how these points of intersection and collision impact the interpretation and appreciation of both artistic works and scripture. Founded in 2007 by Anna Blanch, Goannatree is also home to thoughts about her journey through Graduate School, including resources for other students and academics, her expatriate life as an Australian in Texas and now in Scotland, and explorations into what it means to be a Christian scholar.
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“You really should write it down.” I’ve been told this over coffee, or after a lunch, or a car ride. On the beach, In a church, on a train. They’d asked a question and had seemed to be genuinely asking and so had gotten a fragment of the story. It’s long ...13 weeks ago
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