In addition to my studio practice, I also maintain a research and writing practice focused on modern and contemporary art criticism, with a particular interest in exploring its relations to religion and theology. For further information and examples, see my Amazon page or my Academia.edu page.
Jonathan A. Anderson and William A. Dyrness, Modern Art and the Life of a Culture: The Religious Impulses of Modernism (IVP Academic, 2016).
Jonathan A. Anderson, “The (In)visibility of Theology in Contemporary Art Criticism,” in Christian Scholarship in the Twenty-First Century: Prospects and Perils, edited by Thomas M. Crisp, Steve L. Porter, Gregg Ten Elshof (Eerdmans, 2014), pp. 53–79.
Jonathan A. Anderson, "Contingency and Faithfulness: Francis Alys and the (Re)presentation of St. Fabiola," Religion and the Arts 18 (2014): 269-289.
Jonathan A. Anderson, "Suspending Disbelief: Wim Botha's Crucifix," CIVA SEEN XIV.1, Unsettled Ground issue (Spring 2014): 22-24.
Amos Yong with Jonathan A. Anderson, Renewing Christian Theology: Systematics for a Global Christianity (Baylor University Press, 2014).