Every person has a worldview, a perception of reality, but beneath this intellectual framework lies an inarticulate desire for something more substantial. Picture a house: there needs to be a foundation and a framework for it to even exist, but something else makes it a home. The intellect frames our lives but our desires give us … Continue reading 2 Habits for Creative Apologists
Identifying with story villains…and why it matters.
When our creative pursuits honestly concentrate on suffering, we encourage people to imagine how the sovereignty of God is capable of working evil for good.
Parables, like the parable of the sower, draw out the faithful and harden the rest.
We’ve been cultivated for communion with the Creator. That, above all else, is our calling.
Why do stories engage us? Can we find the answer through science?
Apologetics gives artists confidence to speak into the darkness
More stuff for creepy Christians
Horror is a Biblical Genre
For whose glory do we create?
No matter what we want to do with our art, God’s will is what matters, so it’s best to first plug in to him.
What’s with all these stories?
Compelling art invites us to experience the worldview of the artist.
Imagination is a way to worship God and to honor him as the great Artist and Storywriter.
I’m a story-dweller who tends to wander off the beaten path in search of the right word…and the better view. I have one captivating wife, three sons and one daughter. I graduated from Oak Hills Christian College with a B.A. in Biblical Studies.
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