New Project Worth Watching: The Lutheran And Religious Art Artist Database

Click the image to access the database! My friend, Georgie Dee, has put together an online database for Lutheran and religious artists around the world. If you are involved in making ecclesiastical art, or know someone who is, please add yourself to the database or pass it along to your artist friend. It would be … Continue reading New Project Worth Watching: The Lutheran And Religious Art Artist Database

A great discussion of how Jesus may have looked according to images and evidence from the First Century

Header Image: Jesus and the Woman with the Issue of Blood, Catacombs of Marcellinus and Peter, Rome (Wikimedia Commons) Joan E. Taylor has written a neat little article on how Jesus may actually have looked, just in time for the Easter season, in the Friends of ASOR (American Schools of Oriental Research) March 2018 newsletter.  … Continue reading A great discussion of how Jesus may have looked according to images and evidence from the First Century