Redeemed Imagination Podcast
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Many of the things which make the church unhealthy for artists are equally applicable to pastors. In this episode, we explore the gulf that often separates pastors and artists...and wonder if it's not nearly as wide as one might think.
At Imagination Redeemed 2019, Amber Salladin led this breakout group in an interactive and song-filled exploration of the singing community.
Junius Johnson speaks on the "sacred theater" of art for the fallen world.
John Skillen speaks on the historical role of art in shaping Christian communities.
At the Imagination Redeemed 2019 conference, Hans Boersma gave this lecture on the Psalms and worship.
S1 E7: How does a congregation become a place known for its hospitality to artists—and make art an integral part of the life of the church?
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S1 E6: Hans Boersma, John Skillen, Junius Johnson, and Brian Brown discuss sacred art and how to bring it back into our places of worship.
S1 E5: What is the role of art in spiritual formation? What does it look like to form Christians? Maybe the pastor and his sermons don't have to be quite so alone in that task.
S1 E4: Does beauty matter? If you're listening to this podcast, you probably think the answer is obvious. But would you go so far as to say it is essential to Christianity? Is it, in fact, impossible to do Christianity well without it? In this episode, we argue exactly that.
S1 E3: What is a Christian imagination? Is it the same thing as a Christian worldview? In this episode, we explore how it is possible to be a practicing Christian yet still see the world through mostly secular eyes--and imagine what it would be like if a renaissance of the Christian imagination actually took place.
S1 E2: Imagination isn't about fantasy, nor is it the province of artists. In this episode, we debate imagination's role in how we understand the world around us...and how we live.
S1 E1: The story behind a new podcast designed to facilitate the reunification of the church and the arts.
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