Theology of the arts

The Wise Imagination

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George MacDonald’s legacy is his reminder that we are creative beings because we are made in the image of a Creator. By Trevor Hart Editor’s note: C. … Continue Reading

Inspiration in Print


2010 marks the 10th anniversary of Piquant Editions (, a small U.K.-based Christian publisher with a vibrant vision for arts publishing. An interview with founders Elria and … Continue Reading

Art as Authentic Witness

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Witnessing to our faith in Christ is deeply embedded in the theology and mission of the Church. Should artists witness through their art? By Colin Harbinson In … Continue Reading

A Pilgrim’s Progress to the Heavenly City

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From ancient times, human beings have used both practical and poetic language. By Randall Smith When I get to the poetry section of English 102—where sunsets look … Continue Reading

Theology Through the Arts

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How can the arts uniquely unlock the truths of the gospel for a new generation? In 1997, Jeremy Begbie launched the “Theology Through the Arts” project “to … Continue Reading

Scripture on the Ceiling

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Michelangelo’s frescoes in the Sistine Chapel make a profound statement about the creation story—and the artist’s own creativity. By James Romaine Every year more than 3,000,000 pilgrims … Continue Reading

Art and Revelation

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By Colin Harbinson The issue is passionately debated by many Christians involved in the arts. There are strong feelings on both sides. The question in point is … Continue Reading