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Fall 2014: Other Significant Articles

Roger Scruton, “How modern art became trapped by its urge to shockBBC News Magazine (December 6, 2014).

William De Arteaga writes: “This urge to be shocking is a theological issue that has plagued Western churches for some time. As far back as I can remember, most Christians have been bothered by the fashions of modern art. Simply stated, modern art has no vision of the eternal and no ability to reflect the harmonies of God’s creation. Here is a secular writer coming at modern art from a secular perspective and saying it is fraud.”

Esmeralda Sánchez, “Latina, Pentecostal, and College-Bound” ChristianityTodayOnline (December 2014).

Guest writer to CT Women’s blog Her·meneutics, Esmeralda Sánchez discusses how the church stands to benefit from the rising educational attainment of Latinas.

Craig S. Keener, “Using Church Fathers to interpret the Bible?” Bible Background Blog (December 28, 2014). 

Craig Keener discusses the place tradition and church history should have as we seek to interpret the Scriptures.

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