A Call for God-centered Art

In this thought-provoking podcast episode, Magnus Gautestad and his guest William David Furioso from At Christ’s Table delve into the intersection of beauty, faith, and music, emphasizing the importance of creating music that reflects the attributes of God and His redemptive love.

They discuss the concept of a “new song” for worship as well as for evangelism, stressing the need for music to present a distinct and attractive alternative to secular arts while reflecting the suffering of fallen humanity. The conversation also touches on the potential for Christians to unite in creating genuinely God-glorifying, worshipful music. The episode also highlights the role of the church in supporting and fostering appreciation for the arts, advocating for collaboration and engagement to recover the beauty of arts, music, and architecture in the Western world. Ultimately, the discussion underscores the significance of the church becoming a patron of the arts and supporting artists to create a new hotbed for creativity. _ Magnus Gautestad, Host of “Beauthy and the Faith”


Paperback: “A Foundation for a Biblical Aesthetic: Art as an Essential Form of Worship”

eBooks: “A Call for God-centered Art” and “Art & True Spirituality”


A Call for God-centered Art

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