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"I'm in it for Beauty"
In his new book, Life's Too Short to Pretend You're Not Religious, David...
Why Evangelicals Should Read Dante's Divine Comedy
Your Chief, Andy, Inscribed His Name on Me
Carrying the Infinite: The Costello Annunciation
The Infinite Richness of Film
Music and Achievement
Beauty Among the Desires | Purgatory II
Poetry, criticism, reviews, interviews, essays, and visual art that represent and develop the aesthetic dimension of divine image-bearing. Evangelicals often lack the exposure to and training in the arts that would enable more active engagement and appreciation. This is where Sapientia does its part to change that.
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