Rondall Reynoso I’ve been web-rolled! If that is even a word. Strange things happen in the Weird Wide Web. Almost a month ago, I posted this status on Facebook: My use of the work Nekkid in a paper title and my discussion about kitsch tonight has earned me the designation

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This is, in my mind, a fantastic example of art in the church. Photo by Pamela Reynoso This cathedral is alive with art, and it’s not seen in just the permanent fixtures. I wanted to share these photos because I felt they tied in quite well to my last blog

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To be honest, the title of this blog post pretty much describes how I feel being an artist within the evangelical church. In my experience artists tend to live on the fringes of societal norms due in part to seeing the world in a different way but when you add

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Some times when things are really bad all you can do is laugh. During the Louisiana College turmoil last year there was also a lot of humor. The same thing happened tonight. I saw some hilarious things coming through Twitter so I decided I would make a blog post about

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Most people know Dinesh D’Souza as a conservative author. But, to be frank I don’t read many of the type of books he writes. I know him as the former president of the evangelical The King’s College in New York City. For those of you who do not know, D’Souza resigned from

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Click on logo to listen to Audio JD Hall of the Pulpit and Pen discusses the situation at Louisiana College. Hall does some good analysis of the situation at LC.

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Hankins told a Board member that Aguillard would “remain President unless he was found in bed with a live boy or a dead girl.” There are few characters in Louisiana Baptist life that are as controversial as Louisiana College President Joe Aguillard. For some, he is the near messianic figure

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So things have come full circle. I ran across a Facebook link with this title: “Duck Dynasty” Cast Announces Final Episode – A&E Special Bulletin. I died laughing.

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I received this kind question on the Faith on View Facebook page this morning. I think it is a good question and as I set about to give my perspective on Facebook I decided that this actually made for a good blog post. I don’t know how objective I am

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Mom and Dad when Dad Graduated Law School in 1958. My last semester was really crazy. I spent three days a week taking courses at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley which is 45 minutes west of where we live and two days a week teaching at William Jessup University,

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The issue of the relationship, or lack thereof, between homosexuality and the church, especially the evangelical church, is a hot topic these days. In some ways, I am a really bad blogger. I tend to either not write about a hot topic (notice the lack of a Duck Dynasty post)

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Photo by GwyneMark Photography Destin, FL I have been blogging at Faith on View for just over two years now. Those of you who follow know that sometimes I blog a lot and sometimes not so much. But, I honestly am looking to get better at that. Some of you

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I have an art show installing this week at  Oak Hills Church in Folsom, California and I sent them my standard professional bio. But, the show is at a church and their interest is not just in the art but in the relationship between my art and my faith. So,

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