Let’s Go to Theology Class: Creativity, Sub-Creation, Redemption, and Culture

The following summary is from the final week of my new class—Theological Aesthetics—in pursuit of my master’s degree in theology at Colorado Christian University. Can the arts be understood as having any positive place in God’s continuing engagement with nature and history? How do you respond to the suggestion that they might make a “redemptive” …

Let’s Go to Theology Class: Art and Spirituality

The following summary is from the first week of my new class—Theological Aesthetics—in pursuit of my master’s degree in theology at Colorado Christian University. Assess the claim that art relates us to realities of a “spiritual” sort. Include in your answer particular reference to John Ruskin’s notion of Theoria (1903). Written by Steven Barto, B.S., …

“The world I knew” By Toshe Michelle

The membranes of my daydreams are sliced into many worlds. I long to unleash their dimensions. The promise of utopian living to invoke an idyll spell at least for another first world poem. But suffering and tribulations are found in the universal truth of things. There’s a stark depth to our world. I can write …

Let’s Go to Theology Class: Basic Tools of Doing Systematic Theology

The following is a summary of my most recent class in pursuit of my Master’s in Theology at Colorado Christian University. Written by Steven Barto, B.S. Psy. IT'S ONE THING TO pick up a book and read about theology. And that's okay. It's how I got interested in taking the subject on as a graduate …

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