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His reputation was mixed, for some he was thought to be outdated, populist, and theologically naïve, while others saw him as articulate, imaginative and both philosophically and theologically ast...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

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

It will be obvious

It will be obvious to anyone who has even minimal acquaintance with the Christian tradition that spiritual life has found expression in both withdrawal from and engagement with the world around us... Read More

Tragedy and Comedy

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I have been thinking recently about tragedy and comedy. These two staples of the literary world are often spoken of but not always understood. I know I don’t understand them very well but I am ... Read More

Sound and Sight

  Works that have been published on art and faith in recent decades generally attend more to the visual arts than to other art forms. Accounting for why this is so is may be more complex than... Read More

Imago on the Crawl

A year ago this past April, John Franklin of Imago partnered with a number of artists, and educators from the Hamilton area to stage the first exhibition evening of its kind, smack dab in the midd... Read More