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  • He is risen! He is risen indeed! This pronouncement echoing around the globe on this day constitutes the core of the Christian gospel. And this is a gospel that not only informs our minds, takes root in our hearts, and […]

    Imagination Symposium: An Introduction

    He is risen! He is risen indeed! This pronouncement echoing around the globe on this day constitutes the core of the Christian gospel. And this is a gospel that not only informs our minds, takes root in our hearts, and […]

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  • He Is Risen!

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  • Matthias Grunewald’s Isenheim Altarpiece offers one of the most stunning portrayals of the sufferings of Christ. When I look at this painting, I am reminded that Christ did not suffer alone. Like Mary the mother of God, and like Mary […]

    Good Friday Meditation

    Matthias Grunewald’s Isenheim Altarpiece offers one of the most stunning portrayals of the sufferings of Christ. When I look at this painting, I am reminded that Christ did not suffer alone. Like Mary the mother of God, and like Mary […]

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  • I’m tired. Actually, I’m exhausted: physically, emotionally, mentally. I’m even a little tired spiritually. It has been a rough few months. I’m still grieving the loss of my grandmother.  I’m definitely in the hard yards phase of the second year […]

    An Easter Reflection

    I’m tired. Actually, I’m exhausted: physically, emotionally, mentally. I’m even a little tired spiritually. It has been a rough few months. I’m still grieving the loss of my grandmother.  I’m definitely in the hard yards phase of the second year […]

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  • What is it about wilderness—the seemingly endless landscape—that draws people out of their high-rise apartments and cookie-cutter suburban homes into a sort of ‘pilgrimage’—petroleum-fuelled pilgrimages beginning at 75 miles per hour into the mountains? What is it about the beauty […]

    Natural Beauty, Frontiers and God

    What is it about wilderness—the seemingly endless landscape—that draws people out of their high-rise apartments and cookie-cutter suburban homes into a sort of ‘pilgrimage’—petroleum-fuelled pilgrimages beginning at 75 miles per hour into the mountains? What is it about the beauty […]

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  • ‘Religion, Nature and Art’ Sponsored and in Cooperation with the Vatican Museums 13-14 October 2011, Rome Italy Information & Call for Paper Proposals This conference, jointly sponsored by the Ethnological Museum of the Vatican Museums, headed by Prof. Nicola Mapelli, […]

    ‘Religion, Nature, and Art': Call for Papers

    ‘Religion, Nature and Art’ Sponsored and in Cooperation with the Vatican Museums 13-14 October 2011, Rome Italy Information & Call for Paper Proposals This conference, jointly sponsored by the Ethnological Museum of the Vatican Museums, headed by Prof. Nicola Mapelli, […]

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  • This week Jenn Craft and Cole Matson have explored, in a thoughtful way, the significance of place in the arts. Today’s post will not be near as erudite nor, in the end, as profound.  But, I do want to think […]

    Because it is Friday in this Place

    This week Jenn Craft and Cole Matson have explored, in a thoughtful way, the significance of place in the arts. Today’s post will not be near as erudite nor, in the end, as profound.  But, I do want to think […]

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