Improvisation, Tradition, and Discipleship

From Torrey Honors: Art & Media

Dr. Matt Jenson defines improvisation as working "on and within" a tradition. He relates this to discipleship in Christ.

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  • Matt Jenson  

    • Torrey Honors Institute
    • Associate Professor of Theology

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    1. Improvisation, Tradition, and Discipleship

    by Matt Jenson

    68:18 — September 3, 2010

    Improvisation, Tradition, and Discipleship

    Dr. Matt Jenson defines improvisation as working "on and within" a tradition. He relates this to discipleship in Christ.

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    Film as Text

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