Art and Faith

Art and Faith

“I still believe in ecumenism. The only place in my life where I’ve experienced it in a vivid, tangible way is through the arts. Art provides something of an open space for encounter—helpful when there are contentious theologies facing one another—because it is concrete rather than abstract.” —Gregory Wolfe, editor of Image, on The Ecumenism of Beauty
The Neglected C.S. Lewis - Paraclete Press

The Neglected C.S. Lewis

Mark Neal

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Readers who can quote word for word from C.S. Lewis’s theological classic, Mere Christianity, or his science fiction novel, Perelandra, have ofte...

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Art and Theology in Ecumenical Perspective

Art and Theology in Ecumenical Perspective

Timothy Verdon

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The visual arts, a privileged means of communicating Christian belief for more than a thousand years, were marginalized if not rejected by 16th-cen...

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