Art & Theology
Revitalizing the Christian imagination through painting, poetry, music, and more
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Just got here via CIVA. It looks very good and I need some time to take it all in. Like yourself I am a protestant but interested in the visual arts. Outside of Rookmaaker and Schaeffer there isn’t much out there in thee way of critique (that I know of). Most written material tends to come from Catholic or liberal perspectives (which often have much to commend them), but don’t really address the issues as I see them. So I trust this works out – I will take time to get up to date with the articles on here….
So glad to discover your blog. The intersection of art and theology is my love too, and there seem to be few voices interested in that conversation. Looking forward to seeing how your work develops.
Mine too! So glad to discover more voices interested in that conversations! Looking forward too to seeing how your work develops.
After meeting you on the plane last night, I was intrigued so I had to log on to find out how you link your two favority topics. Great job.
Victoria Emily, thank YOU for most this amazing essay / reflection piece on a poem by e.e. cummings which I dearly love. I was searching the internet to reread the poem, and I found YOU! You are a phenomenal writer. Keep up the good work!
Today is actually, literally, my birth / day. That is why I am celebrating with a revisit to e.e. cummings.
I am reposting your writing (if you don’t mind) on my brand-new web page, where I am (bravely, I hope) beginning to post some of the work I developed for UUA sermons over the last decade or so. You are of a younger generation, but your mind, your thoughts, your aspirations…they are all so meaningful to me. It is wonderful that you have discovered this level of faith at such a young age, not to mention this skill at writing. I absolutely love this piece and I am grateful that you shared it.
You can find me at (and this essay is a good place to start):https: //activelyimagine.me/2016/08/24/a-dark-and-pathless-wood/
thanks for using my music on one of your blogs…..:)
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I am glad to have found this site. Very nice. Thanks!
It’s always a mind expanding time for me to meander through your posts and links. My faith is strengthened, as I enjoy peoples works, to know that our Creator gave us the gift of art (in various forms) to reflect His glory to the rest of the world and through art communicate in a beautiful way what it means to have been created “in His image”
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