Jefferson's rationalism allowed only a distant deity that made sense in reference to objective ‘scientific’ calibrations, not ephemeral marks of compassion. Read More >
Makoto Fujimura is an artist, writer, and speaker recognized worldwide as a cultural catalyst and champion of the reconciling power of creative art. A Presidential appointee to the National Council on the Arts (2003-2009), Fujimura speaks and exhibits his work across the globe, and founded the International Arts Movement (IAM) in 1992. He is the author of Refractions: A Journey of Faith, Art and Culture, a collection of essays on culture, art, and humanity, drawing upon images from science and the natural world. In 2001 he illuminated The Four Holy Gospels, an exquisitely designed and produced edition of the four canonical Gospels in the English Standard Version, published in commemoration of the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible in 1611. See more at www.makotofujimura.com.
Why would one take this journey? The only reason that I can even begin to think in such audacious terms is because I believe in the audacity of the Incarnation. Read More >