Showing posts from July, 2015

Pastor Rob Bell's new book offers new insights on understanding marriage

Rare medieval panel purchased by the National Gallery thanks to Ronald S Lauder

Conservatives do not like Rosalie Maheux's pornographic mandalas

Russia's religious founder is honored by President Putin

Religious art offers an example for Christian health and fitness

Grantmakers in the Arts to present web conference on racial equity in philanthropy

The wonderful Islamic art world of artist and designer Peter Gould

Scholars examine the future of religion

Jamestown reveals religious division at core of America's founding

Pastor Rob Bell brings ‘Everything is Spiritual’ to Indianapolis

"Pillars of Society" nears to Friday's finish in Indianapolis

Anish Kapoor returns to Italy with 'Descension' on view at Galleria Continua

Government run Art Gallery of South Australia is displaying Hindu goddess Kali

The invisibility of Islamic art in Australia

Gay Catholics urge Pope Francis to take a stand for inclusion of gay and transgendered people

God bless my Muslim cousins for the gift of Ramadan

Collecting contemporary art, 1960-2015 by Herbert and Lenore Schorr

Of dogs, religion and Islam

Tom Torluemke is putting the final touches on Pillars of Society in Indianapolis

Boy Scouts end ban on gay leaders, and ignore protests by Mormon Church

Push for gay marriage by major religious groups gets little attention

Satanists unveil their nine-foot tall sculpture in Detroit near the river

Antony Gormley tests the difference between what family feels like versus looks like

Rediscovered St. Sebastian portrait by Guercino now at Princeton

"Art AIDS America": An impressive exhibition and an important curatorial event

George Grosz drew Jesus in a gas mask to illustrate life in Berlin in the 1920s


Fearless Christians should collect religious art

Australia's Blake Prize for religious art increases prize money by $10,000

8 amazing hotels around the world with museum quality art collections

Christianity Today Magazine pans another Hollywood film: "Antman"

Evangelical call to stop immigration of Muslims could backfire

London's National Gallery to showcase research on Francesco Botticini altarpiece

Blake Prize for religious art finds new home in Australia's 'booming' cultural community

Buddhist diet for a clear mind: nuns preserve art of Korean temple food

Indianapolis archdiocese ending marriage annulment fee

British Museum's perfect home for the Rothchild's Holy Thorn Reliquary

Is it time for Christianity to go to war in the Middle East?

Temple-Radiers or how best to smuggle a saint out of India?

Stolen Buddhist painting returned from U.S.

There is no fear in love - 1 John 4:18

Islamic art exhibition as 'ambassador' opening in Rome

Blake Prize for religious art is resurrected in Australia

Straight & Black sex symbol, Taye Diggs prepares to take on Broadway's most gender-bending role

Theatre Review: ‘Amazing Grace,’ the story of a slave trader’s moral awakening

Quran fragments found in Britain are dated to the birth of Islam

'Living goddess' Dhana Kumari Bajracharya to break decades of seclusion

Jewish activists will try to birth red heifer, which they see as key to building third Temple in Jerusalem

The Smithsonian's "Conversations" exhibit is about the artists, and not the Cosbys

Getty to show exact replicas of art-filled Buddhist caves in China

Smithsonian should keep Bill Cosby's art collection on display

Ball State's Hindu god shiva is part of international art smuggling investigation

Chicago's Theaster Gates to transform UK church bombed by the Nazi's

A Jewish fashion guide for the secular-workplace perplexed

Nicholas Herrera: El Rito's "santero" who carves saints In modern clothing

UN asks ICC to investigate destruction of Mali mausoleums

ARTnews provides a look at the attendance numbers at recent art fairs around the world

Artist asks what "Reincarnation" means across the world


Buddhist Lent begins, as Ramadan ends