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  • In a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, Image editor Gregory Wolfe rejects the assertion that: Whereas in the 20th century there were literary giants who grappled with faith—T.S. Eliot, Walker Percy, Flannery O’Connor—our own time is devoid of distinguished writers […]

    God and Oscar®: Whispers of Faith in the Motion Picture Academy

    In a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, Image editor Gregory Wolfe rejects the assertion that: Whereas in the 20th century there were literary giants who grappled with faith—T.S. Eliot, Walker Percy, Flannery O’Connor—our own time is devoid of distinguished writers […]

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  • C. Stephen Evans. Natural Signs and Knowledge of God: A New Look at Theistic Arguments. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, x + 207 pp., £20.00/$39.95 paper, £51.00/$85.00 cloth. In this book, C. Stephen Evans, University Professor of Philosophy and Humanities […]

    Signs and Sacraments: Considering “Natural Signs and Knowledge of God”

    C. Stephen Evans. Natural Signs and Knowledge of God: A New Look at Theistic Arguments. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, x + 207 pp., £20.00/$39.95 paper, £51.00/$85.00 cloth. In this book, C. Stephen Evans, University Professor of Philosophy and Humanities […]

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  • J.A.C. Redford is a composer and orchestrator with dozens of Hollywood film and television scores to his credit. His recent collaborations with Thomas Newman include The Iron Lady, The Help, and Wall-E; his work with James Horner features such titles […]

    Featured Artist: J. A. C. Redford

    J.A.C. Redford is a composer and orchestrator with dozens of Hollywood film and television scores to his credit. His recent collaborations with Thomas Newman include The Iron Lady, The Help, and Wall-E; his work with James Horner features such titles […]

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  • As the line between technology and magic continues to blur, there is, perhaps, no place more colorfully entertaining in which to experience this blurring than Walt Disney World.  Earlier this month the Walt Disney Company announced the planned introduction of a new […]

    Wait, Don’t Tell Me…I Already Know

    As the line between technology and magic continues to blur, there is, perhaps, no place more colorfully entertaining in which to experience this blurring than Walt Disney World.  Earlier this month the Walt Disney Company announced the planned introduction of a new […]

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  • I’ve been intrigued by the This is Our City project for a while now. This is Our City is a multi-year initiative of Christianity Today that seeks to document the way Christians are changing the cities in which they live. […]

    Drawing Cities: Art and Urban Place-Making

    I’ve been intrigued by the This is Our City project for a while now. This is Our City is a multi-year initiative of Christianity Today that seeks to document the way Christians are changing the cities in which they live. […]

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  • Mark Crosby and Robert N. Essick, eds., Genesis: William Blake’s Last Illuminated Work. San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, 2012. 100 pp., £55.00/$80.00 cloth. The purpose of this volume is to introduce and provide context for Blake’s Genesis manuscript. The editors present this […]

    Review: Genesis: William Blake’s Last Illuminated Work

    Mark Crosby and Robert N. Essick, eds., Genesis: William Blake’s Last Illuminated Work. San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, 2012. 100 pp., £55.00/$80.00 cloth. The purpose of this volume is to introduce and provide context for Blake’s Genesis manuscript. The editors present this […]

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  • Over the New Year, I had the pleasure of regularly sitting at a long dinner table with a group of artists, delighting in the conversation that developed as ideas, dreams, and challenges were shared. While this is not a realm […]

    Artists and Academics: What They Might Have in Common

    Over the New Year, I had the pleasure of regularly sitting at a long dinner table with a group of artists, delighting in the conversation that developed as ideas, dreams, and challenges were shared. While this is not a realm […]

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