Why Christians Should Create

And, whether they label their art as “Christian” or not, artists need the support of the Christian community, not its derision when they dare to shift our paradigm regarding the aesthetics of art. If the core conviction and meaning is something we share, we shouldn’t reject or decry art that doesn’t appeal to our aesthetic tastes. After all, the art may appeal to someone else who’s searching for art in an avenue that they’re familiar with and ends up discovering art from a Christian artist willing to take a risk that speaks to their soul and leads to an encounter with a living God.

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