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Technique, or the Radical Beauty of the Impractical

In my living room sits an incredibly gaudy computer setup. It stands a solid two and half feet, with a glass panel to see...

Tobacco and Twitter: What One Can Teach Us About the Other

Tobacco use was once so prevalent and socially acceptable that we could hardly imagine a world without it. Now it’s by and large exiled...

Artificial Intelligence: Coming Soon to a Church Near You!

By Nicholas Knisely and Kirk Smith A.I., or Artificial Intelligence, is a topic we are hearing much about recently. Television specials tout its promises and...

Branding Jesus

Church attendance is in decline. This has given birth to many articles and think pieces exploring why churches are shrinking, and has prompted many...

On Shared Humanity and Diverse Religion: Notes from Egypt

By Jeff Boldt My wife and I recently moved our four kids to Egypt, where I now work for the bishop in the Alexandria School...

For Such a Time as This

Esther 3:1-5:8 By Hannah Matis If thrillers, even when unrealistic, give you a sense of what people are afraid of in contemporary society, romance novels can...

Called to Be Countercultural?

By Charlie Clauss With the Baby Boomer generation aging, it is a good time to consider the ideas behind counterculturalism. A term coined in 1960,...

In But Not Of the World of Fashion

Fashion Theology By Robert Covolo Baylor, pp. 216, $39.99 Robert Covolo’s Fashion Theology begins with two epigraphs. The first comes from the French philosopher Yves Michaud: “Fashion...

Foundation Connects Faith and the Arts

The foundation will help scholars and art managers gain practical experience in administration, graphic design, fundraising, and programming.

Memory, Simulation, and a Usable Past

Appreciating the religious art at New York City churches

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