Mar 20, 2023
God and Non-Christian Art
Can God take delight in non-Christian art? Tony Reinke answers.
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A while back, I had a short-lived column devoted to magnifying God through the world around us. In small part, it folded because of my exploration of discovering how God is glorified even in pagan art. The below is the last existing article I wrote for the column along with one of the following helpful exchanges.
In the comments that followed the article was some helpful discussion, but the following exchange gets right to the point of contention: whether God can be glorified by a rebellious act against him.
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