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Saturday, January 24, 2009

"Why knowing your own story keeps you from ripping off everyone else's"


Blaine and I recently wrote an article for Collide Magazine. I just received it in the mail and its quite perrty. Writing with a co-author was an interesting experience but I believe it strengthened the content and my writing process.

The article is entitled "Why knowing your own story keeps you from ripping off everyone else's". In it we discuss what we believe to be the center of our creative capacities, our God given stories. We also talk about fellow MHGSer Jen Grabarczyk who truly embodies the artist as theologian proposal we make in the article.

The article is not online yet and is only in this month's print version of Collide. However, I would love for you to read the article because I would love to have your feedback. So, drop me an e-mail and I will send you a copy of the article. As you read it keep in mind the context of the article (the target audience is the evangelical church arts crew, etc), but any and all dialogue is welcomed. Do you agree? Do you love it? Think its all fluff? Still have no idea what we are talking about? Theoligical critique? Let us know.

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*thelongbrake said...

You ARE the new seminary.

bryan nixon said...

congrats. this is great. i'd love to read it. you can send it to bnixon@gmail.com


Jari said...

Congratulations, J-friend. I would love to read it, please!

__scott__ said...

i read the print version. great article. looking forward to a rekindling of creativity and the arts and worship. nice to see that there are others out there that aren't just all about copying someone else and calling it 'creative'.

youthpaztorwife said...

great news for you!
i would love to read it. send it to youthpaztorwife@gmail.com please.
see ya next time around!

Jason Bowker said...

I'd love to read the article Jarrod. You can send it to jasonbowker@hotmail.com. Thx

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