The New Geneva Christian Leadership Academy 
 Advancing the Kingdom of Christ through Scholarship, Leadership and Action
Richard Sibbes

Cotton Mather

Samuel Rutherford

Martin Luther

Jonathan Edwards

John Calvin

School Of The Reforming Arts                                      The Bezaleel Art Project 

Reforming the Visual Arts
The Visual Arts: History, Techniques, and Christian Philosophy

ART 200 CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY OF THE VISUAL ARTS 

This course is recommended as a prerequisite for any Christian student who has a general interest in history, is interested in the Biblical philosophy dealing with the arts, or wishes to pursue an education in any field of the creative arts. This is not a hands-on course.
 

Course Description: Beginning in Genesis and continuing through various portions of Scripture, students will gain a strong insight into God’s purpose for all of the creative arts, including the important responsibilities of artisans, as ordained by God. Focusing on the visual arts in particular, students will get a brief overview of the historical genres, trends, and their influences pertaining to western culture. They will also learn about how the “art world” generally works, its influence upon society, the various employment opportunities, and how faithful Christians should dominate this important area in our culture.
 

Format: Students will receive the course syllabus, CD lectures, and other necessary material upon receipt of their payment for the course. Periodic meetings will be arranged to allow students to discuss the material and analyze various pieces of art together based upon Biblical principles.
 

Requirements: The student’s participation and contribution at the meetings are considered in the final grade. An analysis of an artist’s work, as well as a final research paper, will be required for this course.
 

Tuition: $150.00 (2 Credit Hours @$75/hr) 
Instructor:
Jane Raymond


 

All Course fees are to be paid to the Institute For Theonomic Reformation (ITR) in Support of its Non-Profit Work in Advancing the Kingdom of Christ.

                                   
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All course donation fees are to be paid to the Institute For Theonomic Reformation (ITR) in Support of its Non-Profit Work in Advancing the Kingdom of Christ.