Art, Religion, and Entertainment: A Quote

It has been said that in ancient Greece, art killed religion; later in Christian Europe, religion killed art. That alone is worth some reflection. But we can add that in modern America, entertainment is killing both art and religion--a situation that leaves very little space for the Christian artist.

William D. Hendricks, Exit Interviews (Chicago: Moody Press, 1993), 196.

A little snippet from the best class ever--Dr. Ashton's Music in the Christian Church!



  1. So glad you could take it, and enjoyed it!

    Entertainment is deadly, in my experience anyway.

    True joy comes from something deeper.

  2. I didn't know you were taking that class!!! AHHH I want to hear about it!


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