Category Archives: change

Blake and Revolution: Can Christians Promote Revolution?

As we discussed last week, Blake was inspired by Moravian beliefs in his art and writing. When talking about revolution and fighting back, you would think that is one of the most anti-christian things that a person could do. I think in a weird way, the Moravian beliefs almost encourage Revolution, but through peace and […] Continue reading

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Uniqueness for Change – Marilyn Ufrazio

My understanding from Blake’s critique is that every individual is born with two things: 1. innate abilities and 2. things that are learned throughout one’s life time. When it comes to art, however, it’s something one either knows how to do exceedingly well or is simply learned through experience. In The Lacoon, the quote “Israel […] Continue reading

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How do we actually change any of this?

Susan Faludi’s Backlash feels very relevant to me this week. I spent the last four days marching on part of a 200 mile, two week long march with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers in Florida*.  The CIW is a farmworker … Continue reading Continue reading

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