Filling the creativity-shaped hole in your soul (alongside the pumpkin-pie-shaped hole).
Author Interview: David Russell Mosley
David Russell Mosley chats with ESN about writing a novel and a PhD thesis at the same time, publishing them both for a wider audience, and why beauty matters for Christian academics.
Science Corner: Siri, Compose a Sonata
One of the benefits of teaching a computer how to do a task like composing music is that it forces us to really understand both how we ourselves accomplish that task and how we know when we’ve succeeded.
Imago Dei: Culture and Creativity (Part 3 of 5)
The Christian church has left a profound impact on the world’s culture, at some times operating from a position of power, at others acting from the margins of society.
“Your crooked heart”: Literary Study and Spiritual Formation (Scholar’s Call)
Act III of Shakespeare’s King Lear gets to me every time.