Christian Art Is Harder Than It Looks

I’ve mentioned in a few previous blogs that there’s an imbalance in Protestant evangelical culture. Artists who produce art for other Christians – CCM music, Christian fiction, Christian films – are well regarded while artists who want to work in the mainstream tend to be criticized or condemned. I’ve written a lot about how this …

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How TV Writing’s Evolving

(This article originally published by The Odyssey on September 12, 2016). Wow. Didn’t see that coming. I fast-forwarded through the credits and then shut down my computer. I had finally finished watching season one and two of "Daredevil" (no more shame on me). The story and acting and everything else were great, but there was …

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Of Witchcraft and Wizardry

It’s really hard to write about magic without talking about the supernatural. Yes, Arthur C. Clarke argued that “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic,” but there really is a distinct difference between the two. Tech is science, and because science is all about what we can observe and objective facts, we can look …

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