Perilous Intersection of Art and Religion


If you are interested in this topic, please check out Clark Hoyt’s (the Public Editor for the New York Times) sage column in today’s New York Times. It deals with the many complaints the NY Times received for reviewing the revivial of the 1998 play “Corpus Christi”. Hoyt considers “how a newspaper like The Times, which devotes great space and energy to covering the arts, should deal with the frequent collisions between art and religion”

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