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Arts & Theology

In this section, students, alumni, or friends of the Regent community showcase a work of art that integrates theology with creative expression.

CURRENT ISSUE: Volume 28, Number 1, Winter 2016 / Arts & Theology

Summertime Blues

In this brief and compelling narrative, Kurt Armstrong recounts his battle with depression in the midst of a job gone wrong.   More…

Poetry by Sarah Crowley Chestnut

Sarah Crowley Chestnut's evocative poetry explores the rich and troubled interplay of suffering and grace.   More…

Life among the Deadwood

Artist Maria Gaudin on Life among the Deadwood, a new exhibition exploring the necessity of hope in the midst of grief.   More…

Writing in the Margins

Matt Malyon talks excitedly about Underground Writing, a literature-based creative writing program that serves at-risk, incarcerated, and recovery communities in northern Washington.   More…

Volume 27, Number 2, Fall 2015

Love Never Fails

In this gripping story about an extravagant shopping spree in Hawai`i that tests her marriage and her relationship with God, Jessica Lipps finds love, forgiveness, and humility.   More…

The Whole Enchilada: An Interview with Adam Back

Adam Back's mixed media paintings and collages redeem what many of us consider the detritus of everyday life: old books, matchboxes, and trash found in the street.   More…

Volume 27, Number 1, Winter 2015

What's Splitting Your Church? Worship Music or Genocide?

In Randal Rauser's short meditation, the realities within a suburban Rwandan church collide with North American values.   More…

Doing Liturgical Arts Together

Eileen Li (Shum) collaborates with church members on four paintings representing different elements of corporate worship.   More…

Songbird

In this gently evocative poem, Regent alumnus Lance Odegard illustrates the meaning of seeing the lovely in the unloveable and of being truly present in community.   More…

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