Mixing Politics and Faith is a combustible combination.
On Art & God: “It is a wonderful thing that many churches advocate some kind of outlet for artists to show their talents. However, when we think through why art is heralded more than other activities that should be done to the glory of God, art has won out all too easily.”
A.G. Harmon from Image offers an interesting take on Amazing Grace. Harmon questions whether or not there are subtle political statements made throughout the film or whether he has been trained to anticipate such statements in all modern films.
A snapshot of faith and photography. 9 reasons from Bill Walsh on why he’s engaged with the art of photography.
A Theology of Consumption: “…we do not need more statements about sex and violence. Instead, kids desperately need a theology of consumption. Our children need to understand the power and pull of toys and why they like to shop. Perhaps shopping reflects a God-given desire for beauty, Maybe our constant interest in newer, improved products [...]