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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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  • J.R.R. Tolkien famously wrote in his “On Fairy Stories” I will now turn to children, and so come to the last and most important of the three questions: what, if any, are the values and functions of fairy-stories now? It […]

    From Six to Sixty: Introduction to Children’s Literature Symposium

    J.R.R. Tolkien famously wrote in his “On Fairy Stories” I will now turn to children, and so come to the last and most important of the three questions: what, if any, are the values and functions of fairy-stories now? It […]

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  • In a week marked by Halloween and All Saints Day, it seems very appropriate to write about death. Over the last few weeks, I have been pondering the place of death in Christian worship.  How do Christians represent death in their worship? […]

    Death, Art and Christian Worship

    In a week marked by Halloween and All Saints Day, it seems very appropriate to write about death. Over the last few weeks, I have been pondering the place of death in Christian worship.  How do Christians represent death in their worship? […]

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  • A couple of months ago, a conference and exhibition took place, which I had the privilege to help organise. We chose for our theme the Hebrew phrase ‘Tikkun Olam’ – to mend the world – and we invited artists and […]

    Tikkun Olam: Can artists and theologians mend the world?

    A couple of months ago, a conference and exhibition took place, which I had the privilege to help organise. We chose for our theme the Hebrew phrase ‘Tikkun Olam’ – to mend the world – and we invited artists and […]

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  • Jonathan Anderson was born in 1977 in Denver, Colorado and currently lives and works in Long Beach, California. He holds an MFA in drawing and painting from California State University Long Beach, and he is Assistant Professor of Art at […]

    Featured Artist: Jonathan Anderson

    Jonathan Anderson was born in 1977 in Denver, Colorado and currently lives and works in Long Beach, California. He holds an MFA in drawing and painting from California State University Long Beach, and he is Assistant Professor of Art at […]

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  • One of my favourite pieces of writing by Dorothy L. Sayers is her 1946 letter exchange with C.S. Lewis.[1] Lewis wrote to Sayers inviting her to contribute a volume to a planned series on Anglican theology for youth, to which […]

    Dorothy L. Sayers on the Contemplative Vocation of the Artist

    One of my favourite pieces of writing by Dorothy L. Sayers is her 1946 letter exchange with C.S. Lewis.[1] Lewis wrote to Sayers inviting her to contribute a volume to a planned series on Anglican theology for youth, to which […]

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