Posts
  • Lance Gharavi, ed. Religion, Theatre, and Performance: Acts of Faith. New York/Oxon: Routledge, 2012. 248 pp., £90.00/$131.00 case bound. The contributors to this volume make the argument that theatre and performance studies should take religion seriously, admitting that religion is […]

    Reviews: Religion, Theatre, and Performance and Blake.Wordsworth.Religion.

    Lance Gharavi, ed. Religion, Theatre, and Performance: Acts of Faith. New York/Oxon: Routledge, 2012. 248 pp., £90.00/$131.00 case bound. The contributors to this volume make the argument that theatre and performance studies should take religion seriously, admitting that religion is […]

    Continue Reading...

  • Amanda Hamilton is a contemporary American artist working in various media.  She produces large installations, intimate paper works, videos and more.  Hamilton received a BS in Drawing and Painting from Biola in 2000, and then she went to complete an […]

    Featured Artist: Amanda Hamilton

    Amanda Hamilton is a contemporary American artist working in various media.  She produces large installations, intimate paper works, videos and more.  Hamilton received a BS in Drawing and Painting from Biola in 2000, and then she went to complete an […]

    Continue Reading...

  • One of the many nightmarish global crises indexed in the pages of the New York Times this past week was the identification of an almost universally neglected bogeyman: Optimism. According to Roger Scruton, writer and Professional Fellow in Moral Philosophy […]

    A Persistent Pessimism: On Roger Scruton’s “Why Are Pessimists Ignored?”

    One of the many nightmarish global crises indexed in the pages of the New York Times this past week was the identification of an almost universally neglected bogeyman: Optimism. According to Roger Scruton, writer and Professional Fellow in Moral Philosophy […]

    Continue Reading...

  • From the beginning till now the entire creation, as we know it, has been groaning in one great act of giving birth; and not only creation, but all of us who possess the first fruits of the Spirit, we too […]

    Through Stained Glass Dimly Lit

    From the beginning till now the entire creation, as we know it, has been groaning in one great act of giving birth; and not only creation, but all of us who possess the first fruits of the Spirit, we too […]

    Continue Reading...

  • During Holy Week, it is common for churches to provide opportunities to enter imaginatively into the Passion narrative. Whether Maundy Thursday watches, Stations of the Cross, pilgrimages, or contemplative church services, these moments help us find our place in the […]

    Journey Through Easter: Participatory Art in the Church

    During Holy Week, it is common for churches to provide opportunities to enter imaginatively into the Passion narrative. Whether Maundy Thursday watches, Stations of the Cross, pilgrimages, or contemplative church services, these moments help us find our place in the […]

    Continue Reading...

  • Martin Firrell’s The Question Mark Inside (light-projection, St Paul’s Cathedral, 2008) was discussed during a recent symposium on Art in Sacred Spaces at London’s National Gallery. The work received positive support but also notable contempt when one participant compared it to Reagan’s […]

    The Host

    Martin Firrell’s The Question Mark Inside (light-projection, St Paul’s Cathedral, 2008) was discussed during a recent symposium on Art in Sacred Spaces at London’s National Gallery. The work received positive support but also notable contempt when one participant compared it to Reagan’s […]

    Continue Reading...

  • From Thursday March 7 to Sunday March 10, I had the pleasure and privilege to participate in a retreat for minsters to artists at Laity Lodge (about 1 hour outside of San Antonio, TX). The Lodge itself is a remarkable […]

    Reflections on a Retreat for Ministers to Artists

    From Thursday March 7 to Sunday March 10, I had the pleasure and privilege to participate in a retreat for minsters to artists at Laity Lodge (about 1 hour outside of San Antonio, TX). The Lodge itself is a remarkable […]

    Continue Reading...

Page 31 of 119« First...1020...2930313233...405060...Last »