Honesty in Christian Art

We continue our discussion of the book "Everything Sad is Untrue" which then morphs into a discussion of communicating theological truths either through writing, art, or music.

As we discuss the book, we look from a child's perspective the question, "what is belief?" It would be tempting to paint it in a perfect light, but what honestly happens when you come to faith in Christ?

How does our Christian art communicate humanity and theology honestly, or through the lens of prosperity gospel. What is the difference between good art and cheesy Christian art? How can we communicate the gospel by "calling a thing what it is" in all truthfulness?

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