Tim Keller on Christians and the Arts

by Whitney Hale July 24, 2009

In our world today, it does not seem that Christians are intensely and purposefully engaged in the arts. Tim Keller, a pastor of a large church in Manhatten, has spent years creating an environment within his church that encourages creativity and pushes the members to become patrons of the arts. Check out his article titled "Are You a Patron?" It is an incredible resource for those ready to question their involvement in literature, dance, music, theatre, and other forms of art.



Whitney Hale
Whitney Hale

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Whitney Hale serves as a reader for Ruminate from 2007-20010. She received her BA in English from Liberty University and is currently working for the fundraising arm of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. She writes in her free time for a few organizations and is a strong believer in the reconciliation of people from all places, races, and backgrounds. She is still madly in love with her high school sweetheart whom she married at the ripe old age of 19 and they have two toddler boys who are 19 months apart.



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