A Christian looks at the world through the eyes of one who has a restored relationship with the Creator, and received a new vision affecting every area of life – including the creative process. So what does it mean to be a creative individual who is a follower of the creative God?
It Was Good: Making Art to the Glory of God seeks to answer that question through a series of essays which offer theoretical and practical insights into artmaking from a Christian perspective. The Christian worldview is foundational to the approach a believer in Christ takes to making art and artmaking inevitably raises difficult questions. This book offers aid in developing some of the internal tools needed to work through those questions, and so to glorify and enjoy God while trying to speak with a clear and relevant voice to a fallen world.