A look at beauty denied, misunderstood, reviled, and ignored, in the modern world. The other day I was driving to the Mine Academy in Beckley for a strategic planning session. Nancy called and bade me to look to the southeast, where I beheld a particularly stunning sunrise. On arriving a few minutes early at the… Read More Whatever Happened to Beauty?
A discussion of professions, the arts, art media, and the glory of God It is Christmastime, and Christians around the world are singing “Glory to God in the highest.” We rarely consider what they mean. In church, we may parrot the Westminster Shorter Confession, which states that the purpose of man is to glorify God… Read More Does One Art Form Bring More Glory to God than Another?
How and why Christians should engage in the arts at church, at home, and in all areas of life. **Source Images for the The Church, the Arts, and Shaping the World for Christ.** Return of the Prodigal Son – Rembrant Harmenszoon van Rijn (1606-1669) Susanna and the Elders Giuseppe Bartolomeo Chiari (1654-1727) Utrecht School The… Read More Christianity and the Arts