Discusses the value of literature written by Christians as opposed to "Christian" literature.
Asks whether we read into poetry more than its authors intended.
Argues that the spaces surrounding theatre stages reveal cultural beliefs and asks what modern theatre spaces say about our culture.
Discusses art as a vehicle for accomplishing God's purposes.
Looks at the life and work of poet Gerard Manley Hopkins.
Addresses common questions about abstract art.
Explores the definition, language, process, and effect of art.
Explores how a modern television show raises and answers questions about the meaning of life and death.
Shows how "virtue" suffers in two book-to-movie stories.
Discusses the nature of fine art and the challenges for the Christian artist.
Reviews three movies that highlight our culture's semi-biblical view of death.
Describes the inevitable place of art in human experience and the challenge of Christian artmaking.
Reflections on being an artist and a Christian.
Considers how modern art speaks and what it is saying about the human condition.
Presents a personal appreciation of Christian values in the arts, as seen in the Father Brown stories.
Portrays the value of books in our spiritual journey.
Explores the effect of the popular visual arts on our perception of reality and the communication of the gospel.
Portrays the departure of the ideal of virtue from the arts and popular culture.
Defends the legitimacy of art as a calling for believers.
Reflects on the significance of Spielberg's film to the baby-boom generation.