Welcome to Faith on View!

Rondall started Faith on View in 2011 as a forum to write about the things that are his passions: Art, Faith, Culture, Politics, Social Justice, and more. Rondall is an artist and scholar working at the junction of artistic practice, art history, aesthetics, theology, religious studies, and ethnic studies.

Pamela, Rondall's wife of 25+ years, has many of the same interests. So in 2014, she joined the team. She also happens to be a committed believer in Christ and a fine photographer so she fit right in.

2020 brings the addition of four contributing authors to Faith on View. Scott Culpepper, Paul Hand, Vershal Hogan, and Scot Loyd are adding their diverse perspectives.

As Faith on View developed, we added to our article writing (there are over 300 articles now) resources such as our
Art & Faith Resources, Christian College Rankings, Speaking, and more. There is plenty to explore here so feel free to stay a while. HERE is a great place to start!

Copyright, Nicole DiGiorgio-Sweetness and Light Photography

Art & Faith

Art and Faith are a huge part of what this site is all about. A great deal of what we write about on the Blog deals with these two issues in one form or another. But, we also have a other areas of this site that deal with these subjects.

Christian College Rankings: Faith on View publishes the most comprehensive rankings of Christian Institutions of Higher Learning available. Each year, roughly 200 institutions are evaluated to provide help to students and parents with their college choices

Speaking: Rondall speaks at churches, universities and other organizations on subjects related to art & faith. With Pamela, they also run workshops which bring art to the church and the community in a hands on way. Programming is appropriate for both congregations and as outreach.

Emanuel Garibay, Oblation, oil on canvas, 30 3/4" x 99 1/4", 2008

Resources: Faith on View provides the most complete English language Art & Faith resource guide. Whether you want to find artists of faith, articles, books, museums, websites, journals, organizations, educational institutions, or more. Explore our resource guide to learn more about the beautiful world of art & faith.

I Am What I Am #7, Acrylic and Colored Pencil on paper, 12” x 9”, 2013

Pamela and Rondall are both working artists. Their works are available for sale in their boutique at ReynosoArt.com. You will find original paintings and drawings by Rondall along with limited edition prints of his work. Pamela also has limited edition and unlimited edition prints of her photography available.

For generations, artists and the arts have been supported by Patrons. In honor of that long tradition, Pamela and Rondall have established a patronage program where patrons can support their writing and their art. Monthly installments can be applied to the purchase of artwork.

Photo by Pamela Reynoso

Explore what is new on the Faith on View Blog:

From Confusion to Communion
“When the Most High came down and confused the tongues, He divided the nations. But when He distributed the tongues[...]
Never too Old to be too Young
I grew up in a small country Southern Baptist Church in rural California. When my family moved there our family[...]
Remolding Idols of Clay
I grew up in a Southern Baptist world filled with sacred tunes of both the vintage and contemporary variety. Ironically,[...]
Tournament of Artists 2020:3
Faith on View readers get to vote for their favorite artists. Enjoy!You can see the records for the entire tournament HERE. The winners[...]
The Teacher is a true master who can use even the strangest of tools
My faith is Orthodox Christianity. The life that led me to it was hardly orthodox (small o), nor was it[...]
In praise of a naked Christ
In a recent online exchange, I posted a photo of an icon that showed the Virgin Mary with a breast[...]
Tournament of Artists 2020:2
Faith on View readers get to vote for their favorite artists. Enjoy!You can see the records for the entire tournament HERE. The winners[...]
This is my Creed: Christ with me
On the Louisiana College campus, there’s a carillon at the top of one of the buildings that plays awful bell[...]
How Lies Spread
Over the last few years, I've been concerned about the state of truth in our nation and the proliferation of[...]

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