Review for the Son of God feature film.
Home is a universal human experience – most often in the context of leaving it and finding it again. “Home is where the heart is,” we’re told,… Read more “The Gospel According to Ikea: Postsecular Soul Space and Versatile Solutions for Modern Living”
When most think of Luke, they think of the ancient physician who wrote a biography about Jesus. But most don’t think of Luke as anartist. In fact,… Read more “Cool Hand Luke: From Icon to Meme (and back again)”
If you saw the Grammy awards, you know that what rocked the house was not the presence of all the rising young stars, but the speech David… Read more “David Grohl: The Grammy’s, Art and the Gospel”
If you’ve missed it, we’ve been blogging through the book Reaching Out Without Dumbing Down: A Theology of Worship for This Urgent Time by Marva Dawn. For… Read more ““Reaching Out Without Dumbing Down” (Part 11): “Reaching Out””
Part of a series through Marva Dawn’s book on worship.
If you’ve missed it, we’ve been blogging through the book Reaching Out Without Dumbing Down: A Theology of Worship for This Urgent Time by Marva Dawn. For… Read more ““Reaching Out Without Dumbing Down” (Part 8): “Music””
Today was a day of remembrance for the liberation of holocaust survivors during the Second World War. A joyous day, but one marked by painful associations. According… Read more “Christophorus: Christ and the Holocaust (Art and Theology)”
Robert Mapplethorpe is best known for his nude and erotic artwork. Though he counted his Catholic upbringing as among his influences, his 1975 self-portrait (not-shown) made a… Read more “Mapplethorpe: Art and Mortality”
WARNING: Some of the content below are may be disturbing to some readers. Use your “back” button now, rather than writing emails later. Death comes in many… Read more ““From Many Wounds:” Kathe Kollwitz and the Cross (Art and Theology)”