Category: Read This

A Painted Landscape

A Painted Landscape, Amber Creswell Bell, Thames & Hudson. Australia’s most famous artists are painters of the land rather than figures, cities or abstracts, such...

A revelatory biography

Reviews: Picturing the Apocalypse, Natasha and Anthony O’Hear, Oxford. The Book of Revelation: A Biography, Timothy Beal, Princeton. After Donald Trump’s election, a...

Nothing to freak out over

Review: Jesusfreak Written by Joe Casey, Art by Benjamin Mara Published by Image Comics Emerging into an atmosphere of controversy when it was first announced in late...

Immersive spiritual and digital ecosystems

Review: Spiritual Conversations in the Digital World  Author: Barna Group One of the biggest challenges faced by Christians is that much of our lives have moved into...

Transforming not dying

Review: Stained Glass Millennials by Rob Lee The church is transforming, not dying. Millennials are done with the institution, not the church. Those are the themes...

What to read this Lent

Lent begins on 6 March and Camden Theological Library have put together resources for this Lent and Easter, for worship leaders, personal reflection and family...

Unlocking A Mystery

A Coveted Possession: the Rise and Fall of the Piano in Australia, La Trobe Uni Press. Girls at the Piano, Virginia Lloyd, Allen and Unwin. My mum was a piano teacher...

When The Man Without Fear Learns Fear

Review: Man Without Fear #1-5 Written by Jed MacKay Art by Danilo S. Beyruth, Andres Mossa, Clayton Cowles Edited by Devin Lewis and Lauren Amaro For the entire...

The inevitable effects of rust and moth

Review: The Museum of Lost Art by Noah Charney Published by Phaidon Noah Charney has moved from writing about art that isn’t what it’s claimed to be to writing about...

A look inside homes and people

Review: The World Was Whole by Fiona Wright, Published by Giramondo Often we don’t know what goes on inside homes and inside people. In The World Was Whole, a series...