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Video killed the radio star, don’t let it victimize your relationships

In September of 1979 the British new wave/synth-pop group The Buggles released the single Video Killed the Radio Star; nearly two years later, the song would become a self-fulfilling prophecy when the single became the first-ever video to be shown on MTV airing one minute after midnight on August 1, 1981. The musical landscape was […]

Lighting tips to make video recording yourself a little less painful

  With the development of the COVID-19 virus and it’s speed of transmission, much of the world now finds themselves in quarantine. As a result, all manner of jobs are being shifted into the virtual sphere- if you can accomplish the task via video, you are now expected to make that adjustment, and if you […]

Faith in Times of Pandemic

Pandemics have stressed the fabric of human social structures throughout the course of history. Times of rampant sickness with their associated physical, mental, social, and spiritual tolls strip away the veneer of human societies to show us at our most vulnerable and most visceral. Sometimes people like what they see in those moments of stark […]

Tournament of Artists 2020:5

Faith on View readers get to vote for their favorite artists. Enjoy! You can see the records for the entire tournament HERE.  The winners of Round 2020:4 were Auguste Renoir, Paul Gauguin, Sandro Botticelli, John Singer Sargent, John Constable, Joan Mitchell, and Dan Flavin.Round 2020:5 brings 14 artists, 7 matches, to you for your votes. Vote for you favorites. […]

Republicans can’t be Christian

  Republicans can’t be Christians I am going to say something controversial, “Republicans can’t be Christians.”  To the vast majority of Christians, I just said something unthinkable, especially if one is of the evangelical stripe of Christianity. I can feel the anger swelling up in some readers as they instantly find this notion absolutely ridiculous.  […]

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