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  • As parents, we all know we should be reading aloud to our children.  There are countless anthologies of children’s literature that tell us what to read to children. There are also many books, like Jim Trelease’s Read Aloud Handbook, that […]

    Toward An Ethics of Children’s Fiction

    As parents, we all know we should be reading aloud to our children.  There are countless anthologies of children’s literature that tell us what to read to children. There are also many books, like Jim Trelease’s Read Aloud Handbook, that […]

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  • Seamus Heaney’s “The Railway Children” from his 1984 collection Station Island, offers an almost ekphrastic response to E. Nesbit’s classic British children’s story, The Railway Children. In the poem, Heaney comments on the perception of the world by children and […]

    E.Nesbit and her Child Readers

    Seamus Heaney’s “The Railway Children” from his 1984 collection Station Island, offers an almost ekphrastic response to E. Nesbit’s classic British children’s story, The Railway Children. In the poem, Heaney comments on the perception of the world by children and […]

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  • Story is foundational to the Christian faith, and it is told through both words and illustration. When approaching children’s literature as a parent, the importance of story is always before me. Yes, I want my children to achieve scholastically and […]

    Word and Flesh

    Story is foundational to the Christian faith, and it is told through both words and illustration. When approaching children’s literature as a parent, the importance of story is always before me. Yes, I want my children to achieve scholastically and […]

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  • I have always been excited by children’s literature and even now, at the age of 33, my good reads account is full of authors such as Oliver Jeffers, Neil Gaiman and Emily Gravett. When I was young, I worked my […]

    Jonah’s Scrapbook Journal: a journey of theological and artistic exploration

    I have always been excited by children’s literature and even now, at the age of 33, my good reads account is full of authors such as Oliver Jeffers, Neil Gaiman and Emily Gravett. When I was young, I worked my […]

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  • Margaret Wise Brown’s classic children’s story The Runaway Bunny1 (illustrated by Clement Hurd) has garnered scant scholarly attention since its publication in 1942, although academic interest in the book was briefly revived in the 1990s by the publication of Margaret […]

    Incarnational Analogies: The Soteriology of The Runaway Bunny

    Margaret Wise Brown’s classic children’s story The Runaway Bunny1 (illustrated by Clement Hurd) has garnered scant scholarly attention since its publication in 1942, although academic interest in the book was briefly revived in the 1990s by the publication of Margaret […]

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  • Tom Graffagnino, one of our featured artists, is currently showing his work in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.  Check out this announcement and go have a look if you can: Genema Gallery Presents Creation: Artistry of Tom Graffagnino October 16 – November […]

    Creation: Artistry of Tom Graffagnino

    Tom Graffagnino, one of our featured artists, is currently showing his work in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.  Check out this announcement and go have a look if you can: Genema Gallery Presents Creation: Artistry of Tom Graffagnino October 16 – November […]

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  • Review of T.J. Gorringe, Earthly Visions: Theology and the Challenges of Art (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011), 254 pages.  “How does art contribute to faith? There is widespread agreement that it does, but little agreement on how exactly” [14]. […]

    Earthly Visions: A Review

    Review of T.J. Gorringe, Earthly Visions: Theology and the Challenges of Art (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011), 254 pages.  “How does art contribute to faith? There is widespread agreement that it does, but little agreement on how exactly” [14]. […]

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