Andrew Peterson sings a song of his own composition, reflecting and responding to current events in the USA, and beyond. This is a lyric video, so perhaps listen and view. I’ve pasted the lyrics below, because Peterson’s expression in poetry is so artful and economical its hard to leave anything out. The lyrics: I was …

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Andrew Peterson reflects on art produced by Christians (and people), on the tendency for either didactic purpose or decorative impulse to be seen as polar extremes, and how Christian art can sacrifice the effect of inspiring people for the outcome of instructing them. He contends it should never be an either/or. Creation of art is …

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Disciples of Jesus don’t create to draw attention to themselves or leave a legacy of their accomplishment. Instead they create in order to draw attention to the one worth paying attention to. From Andrew Peterson. …art shouldn’t be about self-expression or self-indulgence. Art should’t be about self. The paradox is that art is necessarily created …

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