Bucking the Trend…Tiny Colleges

Over the last few decades, the United States has been obsessed with size. Until gas prices approached $5 a gallon, massive SUVs ruled the roads. Even now as gas prices have dropped, I’ve noticed a […]

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Tournament of Artists 2017:1

We have reworked the Tournament of Artists format so that it is responsive to mobile and can be more easily read on your phone.Round 2017:1 of the Tournament of Artists has fourteen artists facing off for […]

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My Testimony…Hope Story…Why I believe.

If you have spent any time in the evangelical church you have heard people talk about sharing their testimony. If you don’t know what that means, a person’s testimony is basically their story of why […]

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Christians are Doing the Work of Atheists

I have written several articles over the last several months discussing the demise of the evangelical witness in our nation. The truth is that not only are we ruining our witness but we are actually doing […]

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Mere Objects: Art, Community, and Sexual Abuse

Sexual abuse is a tough subject. I’ve seen friends and family struggle with it over the years. It breaks my heart but my voice isn’t the one to speak to this subject. I’ll leave that […]

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The failure of the evangelical witness… set to music

Over the last several years, I have become increasingly concerned by the deteriorating evangelical witness for Christ. One of the most troubling aspects of my concern is that most evangelicals simply don’t see. I’m not […]

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Mormon Christs: Contemporary Mormon Artist John McNaughton (Part 7)

This is the seventh piece in the Mormon Christs series. If you haven’t already read the first piece you may want to start with Part 1. John McNaughton Religion and politics make strange yet frequent […]

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An Inauguration Prayer

Dear Lord, patient and forgiving Father, all-knowing God who sees our hearts even as we can’t, I pray for our country even as the inauguration of our 45th president, Donald Trump, is taking place. I pray […]

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A Time for Faith on View

When I first started writing here at Faith on View, I wrote on the About page that one of my core values was transparency. I didn’t realize at the time that whether or not we […]

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Reynoso Art: A Gift of Beauty

I’ll admit it, I am not a particularly talented gift giver- or giver of things. My leaning more towards a minimalistic bent might have something to do with that. (As a mother of five children […]

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Mormon Christs: Contemporary Mormon Artist Trevor Southey (Part 6)

This is the sixth piece in the Mormon Christs series. If you haven’t already read the first piece you may want to start with Part 1. Trevor Southey Trevor Southey is a controversial art figure. […]

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Reynoso Art: Parable

This piece combines several types of work that I have been doing over the last few years. One thing I have been thinking about for several years is how to combine the metaphors I use […]

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Taking the Lord’s Name in Vain…what’s Trump got to do with it?

Trump’s Christians I have a lot of respect for Miroslav Volf. I typically find his perspective rather insightful. But, like all of us he can go too far sometimes. He recently shared a comment on […]

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Summing up 2016… the obligatory top 10 list.

2016 has been a tough year for a lot of people. Whether it is politics or the numerous celebrity deaths, it has been a hard year for a lot of people. But, lets set that […]

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Top Christian Colleges 2016

Faith on View began ranking top christian colleges in 2013. These are the original and most comprehensive Christian College rankings. We employ the most thorough measures based methodology available for Christian College rankings. We calculate […]

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Reynoso Art: Grand Central Station

This is one of my favorite images from Grand Central Station in New York City. I have found Grand Central Station to be a challenge to photograph well. Typically, you see images of the gorgeous […]

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Mormon Christs: Contemporary Mormon Artist Kirk Richards (Part 5)

This is the fifth piece in the Mormon Christs series. If you haven’t already read the first piece you may want to start with Part 1. Kirk Richards   The work of Kirk Richards seeks […]

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Mormon Christs: Contemporary Mormon Artist Del Parson (Part 4)

This is the fourth piece in the Mormon Christs series. If you haven’t already read the first piece you may want to start with Part 1. The four contemporary LDS artists I will look at […]

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