I know I’ve been quiet lately–not just this past week, but for several weeks. Part of it is schedule, but a lot of it, as I mentioned, is a “drawing in” phase. The problem with the “drawing in” phase is that eventually, my thoughts stack up in a big, jumbled mess. I’m working on sorting those thoughts out, untangling them, making sense of them, but the process is taking a while. When I’m done, I’ll likely have at least a few days’ worth of posts to share. These posts will likely be almost entirely concerning my writing. I apologize in advance.
In the meantime, I wanted to share this video. I’ve watched it several times over the last few years. I love the clarity that Mr. Kunkle brings to the whole question of what’s okay for Christians to consume when it comes to art. I do allow myself a fairly wide latitude on art–what I view, read, listen to, experience–but since I’ve watched this video, I’ve evaluated the art I experience in completely different ways. I find myself much more aware of the messages that movies and books are communicating.
I’ll be back next week with ruminations on how to engage in my art with the goals of communicating truth and extolling goodness in a (hopefully) well-done, beautiful manner.
Till next we meet . . .