Music in the Air
||It is possible that the renaissance of hymnwriting that has been led by the New Zealand Hymnbook Trust's work in the last two decades of the twentieth century, and continues into the Third Millennium, will be seen as significant to the lively expression of a contemporary and relevant Christian faith and theology, as were the hymns of Charles and John Wesley in the latter half of the 18th century. (John Thornley)|
Covered within Music:
Music in the Air was launched at the annual conference of the Methodist Church of New Zealand, in Christchurch, November 1995.
How the light gets in: the Christian art of Colin McCahon
Artist’s Tribute: Dave Dobbyn on Colin McCahon
I AM – The Ballad of Colin McCahon
Bono’s remarks to the National Prayer Breakfast, Washington D.C.
Jesus and the perils of popularity
The Wizard of Oz
Mary’s Diary – a New Zealand Christmas Story
‘Available Light’, Dave Dobbyn faith pilgrimage
Two poems for Tonga
Easter City – a hymn for Easter
‘Walk a mile in my shoes’
About the Contributors
Resources: book reviews
Honouring Shirley Erena Murray
From the Editor
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Dunedin viewers can see a copy of the latest issue at OC Books.
The publisher acknowledges funding support from the Methodist Church of Aotearoa New Zealand for Music in the Air.