Tag: Christian Art

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“The Whole Idea of Art”

Controversial Art Exhibit at Grantleigh School Recently, an art exhibit caused considerable debate at a Christian school in South Africa. Thanks to Lisa Q. at Think Divinely, for pointing me to the story.  Why the controversy? The exhibit featured several copies of classical compositions of Christian art where God the […]

Art and Apologetics, Art Cards, christian apologetic art, Christian apologetics, Christian Art, Mixed-Media Art, Painting

Unicorns of the Sea

Art Inspired by Genetic Variability  The diversity is incomprehensible! When we look at the natural world–air, land, and sea–there appears to be limitless variations of shape, form, color, and texture.  As an artist and a Christian, I believe the vast array of creativity in the natural world is best explained […]

Christian apologetics, Christian Art, Memorial Art

In Support of Memorial Art-Why Dr. Mohler is Wrong about George Washington

Earlier this year, Dr. Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, gave a Leadership Briefing on the Louisville campus. A summary was published on the SBTS website May 3, and a précis was included in the most recent celebratory issue of the seminary’s magazine, marking Dr. Mohler’s 25th anniversary […]