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Should Christians read fiction? What value exists in this exercise and what does it have to do with our spiritual formation? Watch today's Seven Minute Seminary from English Professor Dr. David Grubbs as he shares some of the theological and practical reasons for why Christians should take up reading more works of fiction.

Joel Mooneyhan shares what his craft has taught him about using art as a form of outreach.

Kathy Milans discusses whether imagination is inherently evil or can be used for good.

Today is Trinity Sunday, the Sunday following Pentecost, observed in the Western Christian Church as a feast in honor of the Holy Trinity. Gaze upon these works of art featuring the Christian Trinity.

What are habits, and why do they matter for Christians? In James K. A. Smith's latest book, you'll discover both a challenge and an encouragement for the church to take seriously the power of love and desire.

Have you ever wondered whether it was a good idea to have entertainment that is overtly Christian? Chris McCreary shares some thoughts about the upcoming movie sequel, God's Not Dead 2 and what it means for both Christians and non-Christians.
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What is Christian humanism, and should Christians adopt this perspective? In today's Seven Minute Seminary video, Dr. David Grubbs shares a compelling vision for human flourishing that is grounded in the gospel.

Tonight ABC will broadcast the 88th Academy Awards which recognize excellence in the film industry. Here are some helpful resources to help you navigate this cultural force known to most simply as "movies."

How does God's creative act of salvation affect every aspect of our lives? Watch writer, actor, and filmmaker Evan Koons discuss how the gifts of God to his church are supposed to become gifts of God to the rest of the world.

What happened in the life of God before and after the act of creation? Watch this video with actor and writer Evan Koons as he talks about the significance of being made in the image of a trinitarian God.