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Rembrandt is in the Wind: Learning to Love Art Through the Eyes of Faith

Russ Ramsey shows how each of these artists was reaching in some way for God, even the ones who (as far as we know) didn’t find God. In doing so, Ramsey reminds readers that all truth is God’s truth, recognized or not. He also provides great insights on what Christian creatives can learn from these artists about craft, living the artist’s life, and pitfalls to avoid.

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Freedom is Costly But Priceless: If Not Maintained It Will Not Remain

What has happened to the Christian heritage that made America so unique? Dave Meyer argues that a key problem is not so much politics, but the principles we’ve forgotten that made our culture and political process work.

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Through A Screen Darkly: Looking Closer at Beauty, Truth, and Evil in the Movies

Reviewed by: Connor Salter, Professional Writing alumnus from Taylor University, Upland, IN. Title: Through A Screen Darkly: Looking Closer at Beauty, Truth, and Evil in the Movies Author: Jeffrey Overstreet Publisher: Baker Books Publication Date: 2007 Format: Paperback Length: 352 pages OVERVIEW How do Christians decide what makes a movie worth watching? Does it have […]

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Elysium Tide

All told, it’s a rip-roaring adventure story from a writer at the top of his game.

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