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Retiring Rock and Theology

Posted in: General by Tom Beaudoin on December 21, 2013

A good number of religious traditions teach that while what is finally good will never expire, everything that is not of ultimate significance must meet its end. And so it is for Rock and Theology.

This blog started five years ago, in January 2009, and has featured some 1300 posts. Thank you to all of our readers, those who read and responded with comments or private emails, and those who read and kept quietly their own counsel all the while. This blog will be kept up until 31 December, and shortly thereafter will be turned into an archive.

It has been a joy for me to get to know the contributors to R&T and to learn from their conversations, their blog posts, their music, and their published writing. This project has been consistently and creatively supported from the beginning by Liturgical Press, and I am very grateful to Liturgical Press for their encouragement to innovate and experiment with this format for theological reflection, to try to find new ways to make theological work an accessible, thoughtful, and serious (and playful) presence in contemporary culture. Many thank yous, contributors, and many more thank yous, Liturgical Press!

I will be moving on to other projects, including further work on theology and music. Thank you to all our readers for your attention, support, and comments. Most of all, thank you for deepening and complexifying the basic conviction that got this project started in the first place: that the intersection of music and theology is a place of potentially vibrant experience and inquiry. This work keeps me, and many others, connected to the search for what matters most.

With gratitude,


1 Comment »

  1. 1)Thanks for the amazing blog.
    2)Change your mind (:

    Comment by holy heteroclite — January 31, 2014 @ 3:30 pm

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