From Reformation 21 » Two Points on the Arts
: "First, even if it is the case that the Bible doesn't tell us which music, for example, is better than other music (and in this sense Carl is right to say that this is a non-biblical judgment), I believe that the stuff of creation itself -- the inherent capabilities of sound, and the human ability to create sound and listen to sound -- does discriminate between the good, the bad, and the ugly. To put it another way, even if special revelation cannot resolve matters of artistic taste (it does give us some principles, though), general revelation does address these issues. So the question of artistic taste retains its spiritual significance; it is not a matter of neutrality.
Second, when it comes to thinking about Christians and the arts -- as well as non-Christians and the arts -- it is always helpful to remember that God has not given all his gifts to Christians. This is one aspect of common grace, and it reminds us to expect to find the good, the true, and the beautiful beyond the boundaries of the church."