ERLC Podcast Episode

Show Notes

Many people often think that thoughtful interaction with the arts is only for certain “creative” types. But Karen Swallow Prior, Mike Cosper, Alissa Wilkinson, and Steven Bush help us see that the arts are for all people, and the gospel shapes how Christians interact with them. We hope you enjoy this message.

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Karen Swallow Prior

Karen Swallow Prior is a professor of English at Liberty University, research fellow with the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, and a member of the Faith Advisory Council of the Humane Society of the United... Read More

Mike Cosper

Mike Cosper is a writer, speaker, and podcaster. In 2016, he founded Harbor Media, a non-profit media company serving Christians in a post-Christian world. He's the host of Cultivated: A Podcast about Faith and Work, and is developing The Devil and the Deep Blue... Read More

Alissa Wilkinson

Alissa Wilkinson is Vox's film critic. She's been writing about film and culture since 2006, and her work has appeared at Rolling Stone, The Washington Post, Vulture, RogerEbert.com, The Atlantic, Books & Culture, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Paste,... Read More

Steven Bush

Steven Bush is the the Lead Storyteller at The Austin Stone Church. He serves as the visionary and pastor to the volunteer artists who serve on the Austin Stone Story Team. His responsibilities include: storytelling on multiple platforms, identifying and empowering creative... Read More

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