The Art of My Reformation

Saturday, 01 Sep 2018

I loved art that was beautiful and well-crafted, art that hints at the transcendent reality in the limited materials of its medium.
For the past thirty years, I’ve worked as a professional realist, specializing in the hyper-realist style. My artistic education nurtured my affinity for the paintings produced during the Reformation, but my understanding of the theological developments from that period took somewhat longer to develop. Like most Bible-believing Christians in our day, I began my spiritual life under the guidance of the experts who ran the megachurches and published the best-selling Christian books. Without even realizing it, I adopted a foundational cluster of beliefs that caused me to accept aspects of my life and my church that ...

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