Intersection of Truth & Beauty – the Arts in Christianity

C.S. Lewis, author of the popular allegorical tales “The Chronicles of Narnia,” once wrote, “Reason is the natural organ of truth, but imagination is the organ of meaning.” Lewis was somewhat ahead of his time with that statement 70 years ago, not because it was less true at that time, but because the society he […]

Christian Education Without Art is Not Christian

The Bible begins its comprehensive narrative of God’s interaction with man by outlining the grand artistic first act of history in the form of God’s creation of the heavens and the earth. And so begins the great drama of creation, fall and redemption in a tactile Universe in which sight, sound, taste, touch and smell […]