When Does Doomsday Preaching Go Wrong?

  For a Christian, thinking about the end of the world isn’t always bad. The belief this world is temporary and Jesus is returning soon comes up multiple times in Paul’s epistles and can encourage Christians to always share their faith. One could argue the End Times focus of Revelation is encouraging, a reminder that …

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Why Christians Ignore The World Around Them

When did Christians decide artwork could only talk about Christianity in obvious, preachy ways? Specifically, why do many evangelical Protestants promote Christian art that’s obviously Christian but ignore or criticize Christian artists working in the secular world? There are several reasons – some I’ve mentioned in earlier blogs and some I’m still learning. Possibly the …

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Recommended Articles

Similar to my Recommended Reading post, this list collects articles (and one resource) that discuss Christian art, particularly the dilemma of how Protestant evangelicals tends to misunderstand art. “New Lyrics for the Devil’s Music” by Gerald Clarke. (TIME Magazine, March 11, 1985) Reposted in 2001, this was one of the early articles to discuss the Contemporary …

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