10 Days of Aesthetics: Continuum Theory (Day 2)

*Read this series from the beginning.*  Continuum Theory For most people today there is a continuum of aesthetic ranking. Thomas Leddy addresses this paradigm in his work on Everyday Aesthetics.[1] There are many terms that …

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10 Days of Aesthetics: Introduction

I have enjoyed using this website as a place to think through aesthetic ideas. I am in the process of developing a systematic theory on philosophical aesthetics. I began talking about these ideas here with the …

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Survey: Gen Z looks to reconnect with faith

Generation Z’s average church attendance may have declined in recent years, but a recent Intervarsity survey indicates that — as they enter into post- or inter-pandemic living — they’re spiritually hungry and looking for answers. …

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Why Jesus Movies Suck

So why is it so hard to make a good Jesus movie? After all, the story of Jesus is the greatest story over told. Why is it so hard to make a good story out …

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Seeing God when our Metaphors Fail

The ranch home where Mom and Dad raised their children and was home base for the family for over 40 years.

  Let’s face it, it is absolutely impossible for us to understand an eternal transcendent God and his domain. It is far beyond our comprehension. So, we often use metaphor to make the incomprehensible accessible …

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Who’s Afraid of the Enlightenment?

“Nature and Nature’s laws lay hid in night: God said, Let Newton be! And all was light.” Alexander Pope’s epitaph for the renowned English philosopher and mathematician did not make it to his tomb in …

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Awards: A job well done

Faith on View is honored to be selected as one of eight finalists for the Infinity Blog Awards. Earlier this year there were rounds of public voting and private adjudication that resulted in our receiving this …

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