Tuesday, November 3, 2015

The Saint John's Bible's message of forgiveness and returning home

ALPHA OMEGA ARTS
By Disney-Britton
"Parable of the Lost Son" for The Saint John's Bible by Donald Jackson with contributions
Donald Jackson’s representation of parables from the Gospel of Luke in "The Saint John's Bible" is extremely timely for this month. The parables and one story are illustrated in diagonal bands that read in descending order from left to right. In the third band is the “Parable of the Lost Son (15:11-32)" who leaves the big city, as represented by the twin towers of the World Trade Center, to return home. This month, we make our final trip to NYC to close the loop on a journey begun in 2008. [View]