Taking a Stand

by Matt Dzoan Yay! Another holiday! No, not Halloween. I’m talking about Reformation Day. If you don’t know what Reformation Day is, you’ve come to the right place. And if you do know, well, just continue reading anyways. Reformation Day is on October 31. On this date in 1517, Martin Luther wrote the 95 theses.…

Makoto Fujimura

By Jacob Shupp, Talon Staff writer There exists a lot of Christian art. Some are wonderful paintings, some are gorgeous sculptures. Some are even in forms of poetry or in music, such as the case of Johan Bach. One of the most famously known Christian paintings is “The Last Supper”, and a very famous Christian…

Felix Mendelssohn

By Preston Hart, Talon Staff writer Felix is a Christian composer who gets all of his ideas from 1 Kings and 2 Kings in the Bible. He is a world class conductor to his amazing musicians. Felix uses a lot of Biblical episodes which are narrated in rather short phrases to enhance the line’s intensity,…

Michelangelo

By Jalina Archuleta, Talon Staff writer Michelangelo was one of the most famous artist and sculptor in the Renaissance period. He is known for his amazing sculptures and his complex art work. Michelangelo was born on March 6, 1475 in Caprese, Italy.  Growing up he was less interested in schooling, he enjoyed watching painters nearby…

Da Vinci’s The Last Supper

By Ify Nwebube, Talon Staff writer   The famous painting, The Last Supper, is a late fifteenth century mural painting by Leonardo da Vinci. It is located in the refectory of the convent of Santa Maria Delle Grazie, Milan. It is one of the world’s most famous paintings, representing the scene of the Last Supper…

“Well, That’s an Odd Way to do it”

By Zachary Harmon, Talon Staff Co-editor   A lot of people out there think that Mumford and Sons is a Christian band. To be honest, I did too, given the content of their songs. But after a bit of research I’ve come to realize that my favorite banjo playing “train conductors”  were infact not Christian…