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This is not at all the book I was expecting based on the misleading title. I was expecting a book that dealt with art as a means for understanding and communicating theological meaning. Instead, the heavy emphasis was on art itself - specifically the author's personal favorites, which he evaluates by the usual aesthetic criteria against each work's historical context (or the artist's biography). It would have been far more interesting to have evaluated each work from a theological standpoint, ...more