The Way I Feel About Much of "Christian" Art (So-Labelled)

A quotation from a review on the USCCB movie review site:

"Religiously honorable, but aesthetically tentative drama"

If that doesn't describe the vast majority of the art labelled Christian, I can't think of anything better.  While I would be ecstatic over successful "Christian" Art, too often the label is used to indicate substandard writing and art in the Name of God.  It's a shame that this should so often happen.  Not all, but at least enough to give one pause when it comes to the purchase of "Christian" artwork.


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