Recommended in Program(s): Challenge II
In this clear examination of the arts, Gene Edward Veith Jr. argues that we cannot escape the arts, nor should we wish to; Christians especially ought to participate in and seek to redeem art. Veith argues that art—like all things human—needs to be redeemed, and that Christians cannot abandon the arts to the secular world, but can use them to display God's glory.
- 256 pages
- © 1991
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