The Spirit of aBsTRActioN

During a search for activities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area that might not appeal to my mother-in-law (just joking, Ginny!), I stumbled across the website of the Museum for Biblical Art.  I like art, and I love the Bible.  So I figured checking it out for free might convince me to spend $15 to see it in person.  Verdict: probably, assuming Tracie can be convinced.

One part I found a bit perplexing, though, is an outdoor exhibit called “The Spirit of Abstraction.” 

Read More

Imitation

One of my recent Bible acquisitions claims to have an “imitation leather” cover.  Well, I guess that’s right, as far as it goes.  It’s certainly not real leather.  But honestly, if I had not seen the words on the box, it never would have occurred to me that it might be leather.  It may as well have called itself imitation rubber, or imitation wool, or imitation cardboard.

Read More