Adorning the Dark by Andrew Peterson

I’ve done a variety of freelance writing things over the years, particularly book review work.

I’ve reviewed many different kinds of books, particularly theology and Christian living books. Sometimes they relate to my interests in how faith and art connect, so I figured I should start sharing them.

Here’s my recent review of Andrew Peterson’s new book Adorning the Dark: https://eclalibraries.org/2020/03/11/adorning-the-dark-thoughts-on-community-calling-and-the-mystery-of-making/

Peterson writes music and novels and organizes the Rabbit Room, a conference and publishing group for Christian artists.

If you’re an artist interested looking for a practical book that talks about living as an artist and a Christian, I highly recommend checking this one out.

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