Saturday, August 13, 2011

In the Looking Glass of Its Art

"Artists and writers are the most important conduit of worldviews. As philosopher William Barrett wrote, an age sees itself 'in the looking glass of its art.' Anyone who wants to "understand the times and know what to do" (1 Chron. 12:32) must learn to interpret the images in that looking glass." Nancy Pearcey, Saving Leonardo

1 comment:

The Nimba-Jimbian said...

She visited our church a few weeks ago... Apparently her family moved somewhere near...?

Seriously, John, just quotes? That's rather pathetic. =P Especially coming from your own Wordiness. I'm disappointed.