Arts and Politics

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What I offer here is not the regular article with a sustained focus – but rather a collage of bits and pieces – fragments if you will – consisting of things that caught my attention in one w... Read More

The Famed C.S. Lewis

His reputation was mixed, for some he was thought to be outdated, populist, and theologically naïve, while others saw him as articulate, imaginative and both philosophically and theologically ast... Read More

God’s Mind in that Music

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For well over a decade there has been an increasing momentum on works exploring the links between  theology and the arts. Jazz is one of the themes that continues to show up in these conversation... Read More

The Twentieth Century

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The twentieth century was a time of change and innovation. In the history of visual art in the West it was a standard expectation that the subject of any work could be recognized by the viewer. So... Read More

Reel Spirituality

Robert K. Johnston, Reel Spirituality: Theology and Film in Dialogue, Baker Academic, 2000, 236 pages.   There have been many books on movies and religion in recent years, but for the most part... Read More