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Posts tagged "Irenaeus"

The Apocryphal Imagination of Richard Rohr

The More I Read of Rohr, the More He Reminds Me of Early Christian Apocryphal Literature

A Citizenship of Nothing but Belief

No Status Save that of a Follower of Christ

Gaga for Gaga

“The glory of God is man fully alive.” -Irenaeus I don’t know the last time I was so fixated on a Super Bowl half time show. Actually I can state with complete confidence that I’ve never been so fixated on one. From beginning to end, Lady Gaga’s performance at Super Bowl LI was one for […]

Restoring the Likeness of God in Contemporary Portraiture

Last week ArtWay posted a portrait series by Catherine Prescott, an oil painter who concentrates primarily on realistic renderings of human faces. Prescott, who had drawn portraits all her life, intended to pursue realism but found herself born in the wrong time period: By the mid twentieth century in America likeness was largely held in low […]