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“When we as artists get out of the way of our work, it’s like the work makes itself and speaks much stronger and deeply than we ever could have consciously reached ourselves.” - Jessica Luttrull”—Woven Image
“The Christian artists in our creative communities who I respect the most are not creating anything with the primary goal of getting famous (you already know people like that, and you don’t respect them). The artists who we respect the most would create their art if their name was never attached to it. And for years and years, it wasn’t.”—Collide Magazine | Blog – Great Christian Artists Have This One Thing In Common by Gary Molander
“And yet we only turn to Him when He reaches us; herein lies the mystery of liturgy - liturgy that for theology is more fundamental than either language or experience, and yet is both linguistic and experiential.”—~ Milbank (via futonreformer)
“When Man is alive he stands still. It is only when he is dead that he swings. But whenever one meets modern thinkers (as one often does) progressing towards a madhouse, one always finds, on inquiry, that they have just had a splendid escape from another madhouse…Man ought to march somewhere. But modern man (in his sick reaction) is ready to march nowhere— so long as it is the Other End of Nowhere.”—-G. K. Chesterton (From The New House)