In 2016, Ekstasis was born — art meets academia, kingdom meets earth; beautiful aesthetic design merged with mature and thoughtful intellectual discourse.
With an interest in excellent aesthetic design and engaging writing, Ekstasis plays a unique role in the world of literary publications. We feature essays, interviews, photography and design that demonstrate the spiritual, intellectual and aesthetic depths latent within the Christian understanding of human life. Ekstasis has featured articles and interviews with writers from Image, Christianity Today, The Atlantic and musicians such as Sleeping At Last.
The state of being beside oneself or rapt out of oneself.