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Still Pilgrim

| Jul 27, 2017

The Baptisms on Pentecost

| Jul 26, 2017

As Petals Fall

| Jul 25, 2017

A Conversation with Ron Austin

| Jul 24, 2017

Poetry Friday: “On Value”

| Jul 21, 2017

The Businessman’s Faith

| Jul 20, 2017

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David Robinson

David Robinson’s precarious sculptures confront us with the human figure in extremis. Carrying heavy loads, suspended in mid-air, wobbling along beams, pulling themselves over obstacles, desperate not to fall, his sinewy bronze nudes serve to remind us of our own contingency.

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Lament

Allison Backous tracks the cycle of family history and chronicles her exodus.

The Many-Voiced God

Tyler McCabe on the family television and telling and untelling stories.

The Myth of Independent Film

Craig Detweiler’s journey collaborating with his long lost college roommate to make a documentary about the line that divides faith and doubt.

The Cloud of Unknowing

Kevin Honold ponders probation and frames his existence through migration and the words of an anonymous fourteenth century English priest.

Love Letters

Lee Isaac Chung on Hollywood’s American dream as seen through the eyes of Korean immigrants.

On Becoming Divine

Kim Peavey on seminary, service, and being asked for the words to “Amazing Grace.”

The Ring

Lee Haupt unearths the scars of her family history.

Into Deep Waters

Laura Bramon Good frames her musings on the body through pregnancy and her aging grandmother.

Death Room, Fort Scott, 1949


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Lent


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The Track in the Wilderness


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Liturgy of the Hours


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Annunciation


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Against the Light


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The Glen Workshop, a program of Image, began in 1995 as an innovative event combining the best elements of a workshop, an arts festival, and a spiritual retreat.

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Film

Road films. Horror films. Films on marriage. Divine comedies. We love movies. Do you? We’ve got you covered.

Why Believe in God?

We put it to a group of writers, artists, filmmakers, and musicians: At a time in human history when religious faith is called not only out-of-date but malignant, why do you believe?

Editorials

“Not since O’Connor’s Mystery and Manners has there been such bracing insight on the pile-up where art and faith collide.”

—Annie Dillard 

The Landscape of Art & Faith

What is the contemporary literary climate like for writers of faith? How will they fare in the future?

Evolution and the Imago Dei

Explore the intersection of faith, science, and art.

The Word-Soaked World: Troubling the Lexicon of Art & Faith

This collection of short essays demonstrates the push-pull relationship believing artists have with words: We are in pursuit of a God who is revealed through the poetry of the oldest Psalms, but whose true name is impossible to pronounce.

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