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  • Makoto Fujimura, Golden Sea. New York: Dillon Gallery Press, 2013, 143 pp., $100.00, cloth (with DVD). This is a lovely book. After receiving it, I walked down the path that runs behind our home here in St Andrews to the East Sands. It […]

    Review: Golden Sea

    Makoto Fujimura, Golden Sea. New York: Dillon Gallery Press, 2013, 143 pp., $100.00, cloth (with DVD). This is a lovely book. After receiving it, I walked down the path that runs behind our home here in St Andrews to the East Sands. It […]

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  • In “The Integrity of Using Art, Part 1″ I suggested that when using art, affirming the integrity of the work is immensely important. Then, in “The Integrity of Using Art, Part 2,” I went on to argue not only that we […]

    The Integrity of Using Art, Part 3

    In “The Integrity of Using Art, Part 1″ I suggested that when using art, affirming the integrity of the work is immensely important. Then, in “The Integrity of Using Art, Part 2,” I went on to argue not only that we […]

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  •  The California Condors - For NVH The way of dodos was their way,       improbable birds Fated to fall from       Darwin’s leaf-stripped tree. But man, it turned out,       had wings within him: With care he captured       each great vulture, made A […]

    The California Condors – A Poem by Timothy E.G. Bartel

     The California Condors - For NVH The way of dodos was their way,       improbable birds Fated to fall from       Darwin’s leaf-stripped tree. But man, it turned out,       had wings within him: With care he captured       each great vulture, made A […]

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  • For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things were created through him and for him. And he is before all things, and in him […]

    Reversals: Gerard Manley Hopkins’ “The Starlight Night”

    For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things were created through him and for him. And he is before all things, and in him […]

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  • Trinity Sunday In the Beginning, not in time or space, But in the quick before both space and time, In Life, in Love, in co-inherent Grace, In three in one and one in three, in rhyme, In music, in the […]

    Trinity Sunday – A Sonnet by Malcolm Guite

    Trinity Sunday In the Beginning, not in time or space, But in the quick before both space and time, In Life, in Love, in co-inherent Grace, In three in one and one in three, in rhyme, In music, in the […]

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  • That the “poetic imagination” can capture a knowledge and truth in its own right has often been noted throughout the ages. In ancient Greece, Plato stated that “Poetry is nearer to vital truth than history.” Christian poets too have honored poetry […]

    Introducing: Symposium on Poetry

    That the “poetic imagination” can capture a knowledge and truth in its own right has often been noted throughout the ages. In ancient Greece, Plato stated that “Poetry is nearer to vital truth than history.” Christian poets too have honored poetry […]

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  • There can often be two schools of thought when it comes to pastoral care of artists. The first says that artists should be treated just like any other group within a religious tradition. It should not be assumed that the […]

    Lord, Give Us Shepherds: A Call for Pastors in the Arts

    There can often be two schools of thought when it comes to pastoral care of artists. The first says that artists should be treated just like any other group within a religious tradition. It should not be assumed that the […]

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