High Standards Lead to Relativism

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“Even so, most people still tend [to] think of the popular arts as ‘lowbrow’ entertainment and not something to be thought about or evaluated as art. This has disastrous consequences for the cultivation of Christian discernment . . .Undermining the status of popular art has not led to education of the audience to heighten appreciation; for most people, evaluation of a popular artwork is left almost completely to personal taste and whim.” [William D. Romanowski, Eyes Wide Open (Grand Rapids, MI: Brazos Press, 2001), p. 76]

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