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  • You may have noticed that The Gospel Coalition has recently produced videos and blog posts that explore the relationship between Christianity and the arts. For an evangelical Christian who loves the arts, I am encouraged to see some evangelical leaders […]

    We Can Do Better: A Reply to John Starke

    You may have noticed that The Gospel Coalition has recently produced videos and blog posts that explore the relationship between Christianity and the arts. For an evangelical Christian who loves the arts, I am encouraged to see some evangelical leaders […]

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  • In a featurette on the making of the film ‘The Artist’, actor James Cromwell, who plays Clifton the chauffeur remarks about the film, ‘What’s exciting about it is you have a movie using the techniques that were in use in […]

    An Exercise in Transposition: Reflections on ‘The Artist’

    In a featurette on the making of the film ‘The Artist’, actor James Cromwell, who plays Clifton the chauffeur remarks about the film, ‘What’s exciting about it is you have a movie using the techniques that were in use in […]

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  • The Alexander Men Conference 14-17 September 2012 Moffat, Scotland It was on a September day in 1990, when Alexander Men, remarkable Russian Orthodox priest, scholar, ecumenist, man of peace, was struck down on the country path from his house to […]

    The Alexander Men Conference 2012, 14-17 September

    The Alexander Men Conference 14-17 September 2012 Moffat, Scotland It was on a September day in 1990, when Alexander Men, remarkable Russian Orthodox priest, scholar, ecumenist, man of peace, was struck down on the country path from his house to […]

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  • From Christmas to the Corpus Christi, the liturgical year keeps on reminding us about how the Word of God has assumed a human nature. We call this the “incarnation”, which means “to become flesh”. For at least two reasons, it […]

    Art, Incarnation and the Human Body

    From Christmas to the Corpus Christi, the liturgical year keeps on reminding us about how the Word of God has assumed a human nature. We call this the “incarnation”, which means “to become flesh”. For at least two reasons, it […]

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  • Street art and the sacred might seem like an odd pairing at first blush. But for Artist and Methodist minister Ric Stott the act and activity of creating art in abandoned, almost desolate, spaces is one of creative hope. For […]

    Sacred Street Art and the Soul of a Community

    Street art and the sacred might seem like an odd pairing at first blush. But for Artist and Methodist minister Ric Stott the act and activity of creating art in abandoned, almost desolate, spaces is one of creative hope. For […]

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  • If you think that Christianity is a cosmic drama and not merely a collection of private beliefs, that good theology should lead to faithful participation in this drama, and that God himself gets involved in the beautiful mess of this […]

    Announcing: 2012 ITIA Conference

    If you think that Christianity is a cosmic drama and not merely a collection of private beliefs, that good theology should lead to faithful participation in this drama, and that God himself gets involved in the beautiful mess of this […]

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  • If you haven’t seen “Keep Calm and Carry On” or one of its variations over the past decade, you’ve missed a truly global phenomenon.[1] The propaganda poster, designed by the British Ministry of Information (MOI) in 1939, was distributed in […]

    Keep Calm and Pray On

    If you haven’t seen “Keep Calm and Carry On” or one of its variations over the past decade, you’ve missed a truly global phenomenon.[1] The propaganda poster, designed by the British Ministry of Information (MOI) in 1939, was distributed in […]

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