|Biblically inspired is a group created for those who wish to share art they have created that has been inspired by the Bible and its teachings.|
1.) Only art that contains the Christian message and or is in line with a Biblical Christian Worldview will be accepted.
2.) It must be your art, or literature.
3.) It needs to be appropriate. I'm opening the group to whatever submissions you would like, but if you feel that your art doesn't bring God glory, don't submit it. (Please see the FAQ section below if you have questions in regards to this.)
4.) You must be a member of the group to contribute/submit art. Please send a request and I'll get back to you asap. If I can see evidence that you are a Christian in either your art or profile, you will be accepted.
6) I'm doing my best as far as what I'm changing in the admin area. Bare with me as I try to figure out what works and doesn't. If you are having trouble submitting art or have suggestions, please message me, WishesAreChildren. I'm not as active as I'd like to be, so hopefully what I've done will make the submission process quicker and easier.
7)I've created folders to help organize the submissions. If you have ideas for new folder names, let me know. Organize your submissions as you are able.
8) Feel free to tell your friends about the group. I've made some changes in hopes that this will become a bigger community that is able to appreciate and discuss one another's talents and interests. In other words, this group is now about fellowship. Thanks for being a member!
This info and rules are subject to change.
Q: What shouldn't I submit?
A: Anything that encourages others to sin or contains themes that may trip up your brothers and sisters who are struggling in certain areas. To give some brief examples of what I won't tolerate, here is a short list: pornography, promiscuity, or sexual context, the promotion of bullying, rape, murder, discrimination, hatred or worship of idols. I understanding that some stories may contain these, but I believe that there is a difference between showing that choices have consequences or are wrong, and excusing them.
Q: Can I submit a story that contains magic and or supernatural elements?
A: While I read books by authors like J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Ted Dekker, who either claim to be Christian and or write from a Christian perspective, I also realize that the Bible tells us not to practice witchcraft. That being said, I think that if your story or art depicts a fantasy world or states that God has given someone a supernatural ability to see things other don't in order to illustrate a Biblical concept, you can submit your art. People can tell the difference between a story that is themed fantasy or science fiction, and one that is not. Readers are asked to use their own judgement in regards to what art they enjoy, and to respect that not everyone feels the same way on this sometimes controversial topic.