W. David O. Taylor is Associate Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary and the author of several books. His most recent book is A Body of Praise: Understanding the Role of Our Physical Bodies in Worship.

 In addition to a range of scholarly essays, he has written for The Washington Post, Image Journal, Religion News ServiceTheology Today, and Books & Culture, among other publications. An Anglican priest, he has lectured widely on the arts, all over the world. In 2016 he produced a short film on the psalms with Bono and Eugene Peterson.

In this episode, David and Jonathan Rogers talk about the ways that the arts invite us to inhabit our bodies and, through them, to get a grasp of the world. We talk about what happens when we start to take scriptural and theological  language of the five senses  literally as well as metaphorically. And David tells us what the words entrainment and interactional synchrony mean.

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