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What’s in a Painting? Taking a Closer Look at Peter Paul Rubens’ Masterpiece: Massacre of the Innocents (c. 1611-12)

“I’m just a simple man standing alone with my old brushes, asking God for inspiration.”  ~ Peter Paul Rubens

With so much violence being perpetrated in Syria, across the Middle East and in pockets around the world, it seems timely to revisit a powerful anti-war artwork by one of history’s greatest artists – the Flemish Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens.

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Heretic Blues

Had he loved his women?  He loved them as much as guilt.  As far as, the sharing of misdeeds could stretch.  But this one, the Keeper, carried the culpability, as though it were a cup of tea.   131 more words


Yulia Makhalina Юлии Махалиной

Yulia Makhalina Юлии Махалиной, “Samson and Delilah” choreography by Vladimir Romanovsky, music by composer Camille Saint-Saëns and the participation of Olga Borodina (mezzo-soprano), “Yulia Makhalina Invites: 2016 Gala Concert Prima Ballerina and her Friends”, … 68 more words


“Get Rid of Delilah!”

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Scripture reading: 1 Thessalonians 5:5-6

God Almighty has been speaking to us, His people, that our eyes are not in good condition. 575 more words

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Repair Your Vision

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Scripture reading: John 9:1-7

One night the Lord came to me and began to teach me a lesson, which went through the whole night. 897 more words


Another glimpse of Delilah

Today’s wonderful Bible and Pop Culture essay is by Lachlan Balfour, who takes us back for another look at my favourite biblical character, Delilah. Lachlan has just completed his second year of a law and arts degree, where he is majoring in politics. 1,813 more words

Bible And Art