The following may not quite enable the musical equivalent of a monastic flight from the forced saccharine madness that blares from too many speakers in public places, but each album will help create spaces of Christian contemplation and reflection during the Christmas season.
Resurrection Letters by Andrew Peterson seeks to draw the listener into the events at the heart of the Christian faith.
In A Peculiar Orthodoxy, Jeremy Begbie offers a creative Reformed account of theology and the arts.
August 16, the world lost one of the great preachers of the gospel.
The central theme of “When He Returns” is not the dynamics of personal conversion, but the cosmic scale of the divine last word.
Tom Petty wrote and sang of agapic love.
Burnett, like Bob Dylan, seems omnipresent in popular culture but guards his offstage life with such care that he remains largely a mystery.