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10 New or Lesser-Known Female Theologians Worth Knowing
More and more evangelical women are pursuing higher education in theology. Here are a few you haven’t heard of yet.
brings to the study of theology a creative curiosity that Free Newsletters. Get the best from CT editors, delivered straight to Songer Gaines also cohosts The Sermon Studio, which she
Beautiful Word: The Story of the ESV Illuminated Bible
Renowned designer Dana Tanamachi brings modern illustrations to the ancient text.
in mind as she studied and designed in her Seattle studio, hoping the CT's Kate Shellnutt interviewed Tanamachi and Crossway's senior vice president of creative, Josh Dennis
Today’s Evangelists Face a Crisis of Confidence
Why “post-Christian America” hasn’t surpassed the need for straightforward apologetics.
to my entire project, and I couldn't hide my discouragement as I left the studio that day Still, creative ministries and artsy churches aren't the only vehicles God can use to reach this region
Gene Yang: A Graphic Novelist Caught Between Two WorldsSubscriber Access Only
The graphic novelist and MacArthur Grant recipient sees his life as an outsider as a blessing.
in San Jose, California, to go to his writing studio—a nearby confirming comics' place as an important and creative force within Free Newsletters. Get the best from CT editors, delivered
Don’t Miss Steven Curtis Chapman’s PointSubscriber Access Only
Even his happiest, most heartwarming music has been fueled by tragedy and pain.
Part of what's driven my wife crazy for years is that I'm a creative guy, while she's more a to work and you need to sleep.” Then I finally got them to bed and went down to the studio, and I
Love & MercySubscriber Access Only
Brian Wilson biopic explores the soundscape of artistic genius and tragedy.
The “young Wilson” sections of the film—particularly their insights into the creative mind of Wilson as in Love and Mercy are those that take place in the recording studio, showing Wilson
Why Married Sex Is Social Justice Subscriber Access Only
It’s not only a solid biblical model—it’s also good for human flourishing.
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Bruce Wydick | June 23, 2016. Image: DC Studio / Shutterstock. Yet in our creative displays, we engage more dynamic institutions such as dating and marriage.
On the Film Festival TrailSubscriber Access Only
The surprising Christian energy—and partnership—in the world of Sundance and True/False.
films made without financial backing from a major studio—tends to speak to Into the Noise, a community of creative people and Alissa Wilkinson is critic at large for CT and author, with
A Christian College Brings Contemporary Art to ChapelSubscriber Access Only
Hand-blown glass and color combine in Peter Brandes's striking glass windows.
Image: Courtesy of Peter Brandes Studio. After both parties agreed that Christ should be the central figure in the windows, Brandes was given full creative control of the project.
Where Did Country Music’s Leading Ladies Go?Subscriber Access Only
Talking back to the trends and ‘strategies’ keeping female vocalists off the airwaves.
a few studio executives or PR people decide is hot. Both as a Christian concerned about the redemptive value of art, and as a music fan interested in well-crafted lyrics, creative tunes
Trying to Be All Things to All WomenSubscriber Access Only
My Christian Life, Part 3: The Feminist Phase
Not that studio, but the little house in Pasadena I shared with my husband. Samantha Blythe is a creative memoirist, and her writing and art work can be found at samanthablythe.com
Maze Runner to GodSubscriber Access Only
Wrong turns and dead ends punctuated by unexpected grace.
though. Not that studio, but the little house in Pasadena I shared with my husband. in. And I love to work in my home when that is coming from a creative place.
Pitch Perfect 2Subscriber Access Only
You can only cover a cover so many times.
as an eager, sweet, level-headed first-year with a lot of creative talent. The movie also features great bit parts and cameos—Keegan-Michael Key as Beca's recording studio boss, David
Prayers at the Museum of Modern ArtSubscriber Access Only
Plaster sinks and other strange artifacts are altars to an unknown god.
Gober's creative journey to the sinks began when he was supporting his early artistic career The classical artist entered the studio to serve the public, fulfilling a commission from the
UnbrokenSubscriber Access Only
A tale of triumph, but not the right one.
The creative talent behind this film is formidable. Yet Unbroken feels a little like a studio movie calculated to appeal to the widest number of audience members, which is exactly what it is
Chasing the Christian Movie AudienceSubscriber Access Only
The new art and science of reaching the fifth quadrant.
And the studio is running mainstream and church-based marketing campaigns The directors of such movies might also take a similarly secular stance from a creative standpoint, just like
Saving Mr. BanksSubscriber Access Only
Walt Disney tries to convince a skeptic . . . and wins.
On paper, the film has all the elements of a smash. Disney (the studio) has mimicked Disney (the film's character) by sparing no expense to assemble a top tier creative team.
Prayer, Dark Mysticism, and Flannery: A Conversation with Scott DerricksonSubscriber Access Only
The director of 'Deliver Us From Evil'—and Marvel's pick for 'Dr. Strange'—talks about faith, evil, and why he makes horror movies.
What has drawn you to Ralph Sarchie's story for so many years—such that when studio executives came to you after Sinister and asked what you Flannery O'Connor is my creative hero
The Genesis of 'Noah'Subscriber Access Only
Darren Aronofsky's blockbuster is hardly the first big-screen adaptation of the story. How does it compare to the others?
of the last big-screen Bible epics ever made by a major studio. But in its creative use of traditions outside of Genesis 6-9 His earlier essays on Bible films for CT Movies include "Top Ten
I, FrankensteinSubscriber Access Only
Frankenstein's monster gets airbrushed - and misses the point entirely.
of I, Frankenstein—that somewhere in the creative process Frankenstein's have been entirely the result of studio interference— but for the supernatural, which readers of CT appreciate.
Paradise Fire Burned Most Church Buildings, But ‘the Church Is Still Alive’
Paradise Fire Burned Most Church Buildings, But ‘the Church Is Still Alive’
California pastor opens up about the most difficult sermon of his career—and the prospects for resurrecting ministry from the ashes.
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