From the painter <strong>Thomas Kinkade</strong>&rsquo;s cozy little cottages to the flowerbeds of Mary Oliver&rsquo;s poetry, sentimentality is a plague for art &mdash; Christian art in particular

From the painter Thomas Kinkade&amp;rsquo;s cozy little cottages to the flowerbeds of Mary Oliver&amp;rsquo;s poetry, sentimentality is a plague for art &amp;mdash; Christian art in
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From the painter Thomas Kinkade’s cozy little cottages to the flowerbeds of Mary Oliver’s poetry, sentimentality is a plague for art — Christian art in particular

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