Auden, Anxiety, and the Music on the Way

Anxiety is a powerful problem for many people – I was recently amazed to find out that nearly half of one of my college classes freely admitted to having been on anxiety medication at some point in their lives. For many, it’s something they just have to live with. So I thought Laura Ortberg Turner’s [Read More...]

The Imagination Wars

Businesspeople, creatives, theologians, and others have long said that our imaginations are vitally important to showing us why, and how, we do the things we do. But what vision animates your imagination? For more on this, you can watch a short talk from Gabe Lyons of Q which asks an important question: what vision of [Read More...]

New C.S. Lewis Essay

The fiftieth anniversary of C.S. Lewis’s death was last week, and Cambridge University Press published a new collection of his reviews and criticism to commemorate the occasion, including a new essay called “Image and Imagination” that hasn’t been published before. The Guardian has an excerpt: Does anyone suppose that the imaginative value of such fantasies can be [Read More...]

Art and People

Two people I like and respect a whole lot are Meaghan Ritchey (we worked together for a while at International Arts Movement) and Dan Siedell (author of God in the Gallery, a book that has shaped my thinking about art and theology). Meaghan interviewed Dan recently for The Curator, asking him about his work as a curator, [Read More...]


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