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From Martin Scorsese to Pixar’s Pete Docter, voices from Fuller Seminary and the wider culture reflect together on the intersection of faith and film
Nothing prepared Nate Myrick for the discovery that his friends were in a cult
What you do to make money (career) may not be what you are called by God to do in life (vocation).
The preacher’s task is to use words to express things that are too deep for words. How can that be done?
Clayton J. Schmit
Whether it’s loving the work you do or doing the work you love, love is the theme.
“What do you have if you take the arts out of worship?” It sounds like the set up for a joke, but a serious response . . .
Worship, Theology, Art—seem like three adopted children from different families rather than a natural fit.
Todd E. Johnson
What does the claim of God’s “presence” in film actually mean? Is it a form of general revelation, common grace, or . . .
Artists push us to see and hear what doesn’t yet exist, but should. They shape images that keep us going
William A. Dyrness
Artist Makoto Fujimura encourages artists and preachers to remember their first love
Wolterstorff expands the idea of flourishing as being filled with light
Dyrness investigates “the poetic sphere” of human life and its intrinsic value to human flourishing