A new video by The Lincoln Project, a newly formed Republican organization against Donald Trump, mocks Trump supporters for worshiping “The MAGA Church.” The ad intertwines clips of Trump talking about faith with videos of him speaking crudely. It also features Bible verses, such as Matthew 7:15 which states “Beware of false prophets, which come […]
You’ve seen the extraordinary paintings of Jesus’ life. They’re in bookstores and magazines. They’re all over the Internet.
They’re the work of artist Liz Lemon Swindle. They’ve won worldwide acclaim – even compared to Italian master Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, who refused to paint Jesus with halos or holier-than-thou poses.
Swindle paints a very human Christ. But where does she get her inspiration?
Several years, construction worker Phillip Miner, raised a Mormon, but who had decided he didn’t want anything to do with religion, was approached in a bookstore by a total stranger, who asked if he would model for her. He was at first skeptical, but accepted her offer.