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This community has been hibernating for a bit. It's time to get it started again. I was curious about people's opinions about what makes Christian media Christian? How should a Christian artist approach his work?

I know that there are many books that are written with too many restraints to be Christian and they wind up being horrible while others that are more free-spirited and not necessarily concretely "Christian" tend to have firmer footing of acceptance among Christians.

So, what really makes a good Christian novel? And how would you define a Christian novel? (other than, say, one that is based as a quasi-bible story sort of a novel). And, finally, how should one approach writing "Christian media"?

(P.S.--Madeline L'Engle's "Walking on Water" is an excellent read on this topic)
  • This is a good question and I'll have to think about it for a while longer, but I will put that quotation out there just for more thoughts that "there is no religious or non religious art, just good and bad art".
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