Book Reviews

THE ARTIST’S WAY by Julia Cameron and Mark Bryan

THE ARTIST’S WAY by Julia Cameron and Mark Bryan

12.17.2010  |  1 Comment ››

Recommended by Christy Tennant, Director of Global Community for International Arts Movement and Host of IAM Conversations Several years into my career as an actress, when I was deep in the throes of auditioning, ... Continue Reading »

FOR THE BEAUTY OF THE CHURCH, edited by W. David O. Taylor

FOR THE BEAUTY OF THE CHURCH, edited by W. David O. Taylor

07.21.2010  |  5 Comments ››

Reviewed by Steven Guthrie, associate professor of theology at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, and director of Belmont’s “Religion and the Arts” program A few minutes ago I was skimming through a website that ... Continue Reading »

ART IN ACTION by Nicholas Wolterstorff

ART IN ACTION by Nicholas Wolterstorff

04.26.2010  |  No Comments ››

Recommended by Steve Guthrie, associate professor of theology at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, and director of Belmont’s “Religion and the Arts” program In college I studied music theory and then went on to ... Continue Reading »

THE MIND OF THE MAKER by Dorothy Sayers

THE MIND OF THE MAKER by Dorothy Sayers

01.09.2010  |  No Comments ››

Recommended by Andy Crouch, the author of Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling and a senior editor at Christianity Today International. Dorothy Sayers was one formidable lady. The author, most famously, of the Lord ... Continue Reading »

MY NAME IS ASHER LEV by Chaim Potok

MY NAME IS ASHER LEV by Chaim Potok

01.09.2010  |  No Comments ››

Recommended by Timothy R. Botts, professional calligrapher and senior art director for Tyndale House Publishers Chaim Potok’s Orthodox Jewish background comes through vividly in My Name Is Asher Lev and its sequel The Gift ... Continue Reading »