A Biblical Philosophy of the Image of God and the Arts

The concept of humankind as created in God’s image has several implications for human artistic activity. First, it suggests that there is no need to fashion an artistic image of the deity; humankind is already that representation—the handiwork of the Creator who has provided his own visual reminder of his presence in, and ownership of, the earth.

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