Rookmaaker's impact on the arts in the twentieth century was enormous. Laurel Gasque examines Rookmaaker's life and shows how he incorporated his biblical beliefs into his teaching, writing, and interaction with the arts.
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About the Author
Laurel Gasque is a cultural historian, author, and lecturer who works with faculty and graduate students for Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship of Canada. She serves on the board of Image: A Journal of the Arts & Religion and is a contributing editor of Radix and a consulting editor of Christian History & Biography.