So, I’ve been doing a lot more guest-posting, especially over at LIBERATE, but you’ll also see me writing articles a few other places, like Reformed Worship and Doxology & Theology. For those that follow my blog, I wanted to make sure you didn’t miss these articles.
A Review of Dan Siedell’s
Who’s Afraid of Modern Art
“Hearing Art Tell Me Who I Am”
First, and most importantly, I want to commend to my readership an unparalelled book that weaves together art and theology like nothing I’ve ever read. It exposes how the art world, like all of our other “worlds,” is a place where human beings struggle for self-justification, identity, and meaning. It asks probing questions about the way Christians in particular have thought of modern art, and it does all of this through a thoroughly strong Reformational lens that I buy hook, line, and sinker. So, if you might be on the fence about obtaining the book, please go read my post and be convinced!
The Story Behind Our Title Track
“Why the Church Should Sing About Prostitution, Slavery, and Addiction”
Our modern confession hymn, “Come And Make Us Free,” serves as the thematic crown jewel of our new album by that title. This song is full of many scriptural allusions and was written through the process of an honest, personal journey. It dives into the theology of sin, particularly as the Scriptures expose sin as prostitution/adultery, slavery, and addiction.