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New Theology, a Women’s Unexpected Treasure

Women’s voices and their images have been lacking in Christian theology for 2,000 years. Christian art has typically focused on Mary, Mother of Jesus whose holiness the everyday woman could not possibly attain. She also is praised for her obedience … Continue reading

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Art and Spirituality, the Love of Being Bold

  Someone came in my studio a while ago and exclaimed, “it is rare for me to see artwork that I want to own. I usually find myself saying…I could do that! I don’t have artwork on my walls because … Continue reading

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Painting Medium of Egg Yolk and Timeless Dirt, Fantastic

If there is NO GOD then I have had a great time living the illusion that there is one and If there IS a GOD, it will confirm a life illuminated by something greater than I can imagine. Mind and … Continue reading

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Art and Image in Iconography

Ancient Image, Sacred Lines                  By Mary Jane Miller NEW WEBSITE DESIGN These are great resource for your church or school, books filled with spiritual imagery offering contemporary ideas with an old world feel for the divine. The images are bold, … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Know God.

A theologian once said, “it is necessary to go back to Mary if we want to return to that “truth about Jesus Christ,” “truth about the Church” and “truth about humankind” This is an amazing statement and one worth thinking … Continue reading

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Why Baptism, In This Day

On the first Sunday in Epiphany, Bishop William suggested the sacrament of Baptism is not simply about Jesus. Baptism is a choice to make ourselves available to transformation. The tradition and ritual of baptism has been handed down by the … Continue reading

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Sacred Christian Iconography

By reason of its long history and the dynamic concepts that controlled it, the growth of Christian iconography is rich and varied. Beginning with Byzantine Sacred Art in the early centuries of the Christian era, iconography portrays the human soul … Continue reading

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