Find out for yourself why Image has received such high praise from many of the world's leading writers, artists, and theologians.
"Image occupies a unique place in the religion/arts world. No other journal manages to maintain such academic integrity while at the same time avoiding theological jargon. No other journal manages to offer such depth while still remaining comprehensible to a general readership. No other journal manages to be so provocative while also being so full of common sense. And no other journal in this field begins to match Image for quality of presentation. A major achievement with a rich and promising future."
—Jeremy Begbie, Ridley Hall, Cambridge University, director of "Theology Through the Arts," University of St. Andrews
"Just read the last copy of Image on Tuesday. So beautiful. The writing. The design. The art. All of it."
—Terry Tempest Williams, author of Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place
"Image is the most meaningful literary journal being published today. Each issue brings us back into an understanding that art pierces the surface of our lives to illuminate the soul; that art is, indeed, a redemptive gift from God."
—Bret Lott, author of Jewel
"This magazine fills a real gap in the area of art and religion, and I am convinced that for many people this journal will be a very important source of better understanding of the deep links between art and religion."
—Henri J.M. Nouwen, author of Behold the Beauty of the Lord
"You have produced something that is fine, beautiful, and commendable. God certainly is not in need of your help, but if He were to venture an opinion I'm fairly sure that He would smile upon all that you have done. In looking over Image, I confess, I felt a sense of grace, something borne in the air, something wonderfully and almost inexplicably buoyant. My response is to say to you, Kol HaKavod, which means, in Hebrew, `All the honor is yours.'"
—Mark Helprin, author of A Soldier of the Great War
“Image is a realistic valuable, and extraordinarily interesting magazine. Its writing and artwork is simple, direct, and without pretension—like the best of all American writing. It deserves generous support—and applause.”
—Annie Dillard, author of Pilgrim at Tinker Creek
“Reading Image is like entering a room full of unpretentious, smart friends talking about fascinating questions. The magazine is not only beautiful; it's probing, thoughtful, and wise about art, politics, and the life of faith. I need Image , and I'm not surprised so many other people do, too.”
—Jeanne Murray Walker, poet and playwright, author of The Queen's Two Bodies
"Image is a daring project, filled with the highest promise. Our nation's high culture, which is increasingly uncertain about what distinguishes high from low, is perhaps ready to be pointed toward the humane and humanizing understanding of the arts that has been in the past, and can be in the future, nurtured by biblical faith."
—Richard John Neuhaus, author of The Naked Public Square
"Image is the most exciting new journal I've seen...a beacon, a lighthouse for Christians involved in the arts.... Perhaps, like Eliot's quarterly, it will influence an entire generation. It has that potential."
—Larry Woiwode, novelist, author of Beyond the Bedroom Wall
"A first-class journal in every aspect-graphics, design, and most importantly, content...a rare and valuable prize."
—Dan Wakefield, author of Returning: A Spiritual Journey
"Image is compelling. I've seen nothing like it."
—Bill Moyers, Public Affairs Television, Inc.
“A beautiful magazine."
—Madeleine L'Engle, Newbery Award-winning author