The Comic Invasion: A Blepo Guide To Reading Comics

Posted by on May 27, 2012 in Comics, Visual Theology | No Comments
The Comic Invasion: A Blepo Guide To Reading Comics

They’re blowing up the box office, and they’re once again on our reading lists-and we love it. Comics have returned to the mainstream, and the fans aren’t just kids. College students and adults are picking up the latest issue of Amazing Spider-Man alongside the latest issue of TIME.  It shouldn’t surprise us.  Illustrator Scott McCloud […]

The Trinity: A Blepo Sermon

Posted by on Apr 23, 2012 in Visual Theology | No Comments
The Trinity: A Blepo Sermon

Aside from our work on the blog, Blepo is a church based ministry. We use music, humor, and art as part of our evening service. But above all,  the Word is preached. The first few sermons have been about the Doctrine of God, and this last Sunday, Blepo founder Miguel Martinez gave a very insightful […]

Art and Theology?

Posted by on Mar 27, 2012 in Visual Theology | One Comment
Art and Theology?

     Evangelicals have had an uneasy relationship with the arts. Some see them as a necessary evil, others a hobby worth a little time. But not more time than more important things. Certainly, the arts couldn’t be useful in teaching deep spiritual truth, could they?  But they’re forgetting that the same God who said “Come […]

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