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Posted by on Jan 20, 2017 in Christianity, Faith, Personal, Politics | 0 comments

A Time for Faith on View

A Time for Faith on View

Rondall

Rondall Reynoso is a NY educated artist, art historian, aesthetician, and speaker. He is a college professor and academic who is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in art history and aesthetics in Berkeley, CA. Rondall has shown his work extensively in over 80 exhibitions internationally.

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...

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Posted by on Jan 3, 2017 in Christianity, Faith, Politics, Religion | 2 comments

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

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

Rondall

Rondall Reynoso is a NY educated artist, art historian, aesthetician, and speaker. He is a college professor and academic who is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in art history and aesthetics in Berkeley, CA. Rondall has shown his work extensively in over 80 exhibitions internationally.

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....

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Posted by on Jun 8, 2016 in Culture, Politics | 1 comment

Confessions of a Bernie Sanders Supporter on the Day After

Confessions of a Bernie Sanders Supporter on the Day After

Rondall

Rondall Reynoso is a NY educated artist, art historian, aesthetician, and speaker. He is a college professor and academic who is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in art history and aesthetics in Berkeley, CA. Rondall has shown his work extensively in over 80 exhibitions internationally.

I have to admit I found Bernie’s defeat yesterday more emotionally taxing than I expected. I think that had less to do with the pure politics of it than it had to...

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For the Love of Quotes

"Simplicity is complexity resolved." -Constantin Brancusi