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September Media and Arts Domain Newsletter: Is History an Art or a Science?

Complexity is an aspect of humanity that is universal. To remove that complexity from an individual’s story is to rob him of his humanity. It is also true that when an individual is cast as a villain, someone else is made a hero by implication. Storytellers often take advantage of the value of contrast. If a hero is to be made epically heroic, an epically evil villain helps make that point. The more evil the villain, the more heroic the hero. Storytellers fall into this trap when we overemphasize story value of the historical account. The story is entertaining, but it isn’t always true.
...But sometimes we think God doesn’t fulfill His end of the bargain.

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August Media and Arts Domain Newsletter: Grant Wood: Culture Changer or Nazi Sympathizer?

The Cancel Culture has deep roots in American history and perhaps in human nature. American Gothic is an affirmation of American identity at the beginning of the cultural civil war between Americans and American art. Despite the many attacks on the work, it remains perhaps the most significant American painting.
...But sometimes we think God doesn’t fulfill His end of the bargain.

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July Media and Arts Domain Newsletter: Engage with other Christian Creatives

“Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. 8 For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks it will be opened. (Matthew 7:7-8 NKJV)
...But sometimes we think God doesn’t fulfill His end of the bargain.

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