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(RNS) The notion of God as an artist is hardly new. But when Twitter and Pinterest users take to their smartphones to snap pictures of sunrises and sunsets and attribute those “masterpieces” to God, they are exhibiting a new sort of adoration.


  1. I agree with one of the final comments in the article: why does a sunset show God’s hand any more than a devastated Haiti after the earthquake and tsunami? Or someone suffering from guinea worm or paralyzed from polio? If one is a demonstration of God’s power, why pretend that the other is not?

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