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Midday Roundup: Do Dennis Rodman a ‘solid’ and take him seriously

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Dead serious. Former pro basketball star Dennis Rodman is ready to be taken seriously. No … really. Rodman told reporters during a press conference in New…

Are sports as worthy as the arts?

By Barnabas Piper
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Sports | A few weeks ago I was a guest on Desiring God’s Behind the Blog podcast , where we talked about sports and Christianity. I was asked whether sports are of less…

Broken beauty

By Susan Olasky
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Lifestyle | Christian sculptor aims to show the reality of pain and suffering—and hope

Innocents In Austin: A spark of Christ in the city

By Warren Cole Smith
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Culture | A mural in the heart of South by Southwest’s music scene looks to share the power of Jesus with festivalgoers

A tasty conversation

By Chelsea Kolz Boes
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Art | Conversation is a vague art. Why, sometimes, does it come so easy and taste so good? Why, other times, does it fizzle out into remarks about the weather? Last…

Behold, a box

Behold, a box

By Chelsea Kolz Boes
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Art | Last week a friend handed me a guitar box. He told me I could keep it if I wrote about what I did with it. Yesterday in a fit of inspiration I smashed out its…

The portrait

The portrait

By Chelsea Kolz Boes
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Art | I became a painter on an impulse my freshman year of college. My paintings reveal that I have tenacity rather than training. Recently my mother asked me to…

Trying to understand modern art

By Andrée Seu
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Art | Someone will have to teach me about modern art. I was invited to an exhibition at an art center in Detroit, and I would like to describe it to you as best I…

Land of the Philistines

Land of the Philistines

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Art | Late last month, Kansas became the first and only state to defund "the arts." It began in February, when Gov. Sam Brownback eliminated the Kansas Arts…

A family amid the flood

A family amid the flood

By Scott Lamb
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Art | As the Mississippi River slogs its way through Louisiana and Mississippi, we are reminded once again that too much water in the wrong place and at the wrong…

Creative avenues

Creative avenues

By Paul Glader
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Art | Many a Christian art student may have talent, dedication-and no idea how the art industry works. That's where NYCAMS steps in

Shadow minds

By Marvin Olasky
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Art | The very different works of two troubled 20th-century artists find a home at the American Folk Art Museum

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