How we view the universe and life within it, the meta-narratives we tell ourselves, our mental models of how the world works—all these can either richly enhance or severely stunt what we are capable of imagining. In an increasingly secular and materialistically oriented world, we need to live with a Christ-enlivened imagination.

As we kick off this series, we’ll consider God’s greatness as Creator and the ways we as image-bearers reflect that divine creativity in our endeavors. As Perry L. Glanzer writes, “To grow in imagination, we must have an accurate understanding of who we are in God’s story—image bearers of God who are made to create like God creates.”

Andy Wall
Author: Andy Wall