A fresh expression of biblical art: the old and new project

Over the past couple of years I’ve enjoyed interacting with Jim Lepage about faith, media, and art.  He and Troy DeShano just launched a new collaborative Bible design project called The Old & New Project. They have an amazing roster of international illustrators, artists and designers from all different faith perspectives contributing biblical artwork for [Read More...]

Hero of War: “Rise Against” Violence or Lose Your Humanity

Many of us dream of becoming a hero. To be the one who saves the day. To know what it is to find victory for the sake of the distressed. This quest leads people in all sorts of interesting directions. As a husband, I want to be the man who rescues my wife. I want [Read More...]

Pat Robertson: Peyton Manning, Broncos Would Be Served Right By Injury After Tim Tebow Trade

FROM THE HUFFINGTON POST: “I think the Denver Broncos treated him shabbily,” he said recently on “The 700 Club.” “He won seven games, he brought them into the playoffs, for heaven sakes. I mean, they were a nothing team. He rallied them together with spectacular last-minute passes and, you know, when they beat Buffalo — [Read More...]

America Loves a Bully and the Acceptance of Violence in Movies

FROM ADAM LEIPZIG AT CULTURAL WEEKLY: Joan Graves, head of the MPAA’s ratings board, writing to defend the R rating for the film Bully, has said, “Our ratings reflect how we believe a majority of American parents, not just from large cities on the coasts but everywhere in between, would rate a film.” She’s probably [Read More...]


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