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Ginkaku-ji

Ginkaku-ji (“Temple of the Silver Pavilion”), officially named Jishō-ji (“Temple of Shining Mercy”), is a Zen temple in Kyoto, Japan. The Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa initiated plans for creating a retirement villa and gardens as early as 1460; and after his death, he would arrange for this property to become a Zen temple.  346 more words

ASIA

Wat Rong Suea Ten and Baandam Museum, Chiangrai, Thailand

Continuing with my visit to Chiangrai, Thailand and contributions made by local artist Chalermchai Kositpipat: the “Blue Temple” and the “Black House”.

Visited November 4, 2017.

Travel

From a Holy Place to a Holy Person to a Holy People. (Study 11)

Study 10 showed how John’s Gospel presented Jesus as the fulfillment of all previous sacred places. If Jesus was the fulfillment of these places, what happens now that Jesus has ascended into heaven? 1,850 more words

New Testament Studies

Day trip to Osaka

Hello! There was a cafe that I was really interested and curious in Osaka. And I made it yesterday! That is…

@ Pennennenemu Cafe

Pennennenemu cafe. 230 more words