Because we were created in God's image, it is a natural God-thing for us to emulate Him through various forms of creative expression. The difference between artists in general and artists of faith is that God-followers use their creativity to celebrate and affirm His love and creation, while others may not. This doesn't mean that art has to be overtly "religious" to have spiritual value, but that artists of faith recognize the creative process itself as evidence of God's work in their lives. Rather than expression for the sake of expression, the arts can be used as a vehicle for redemptive expression--a creative process that ultimately glorifies the One who shares His creativity.
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