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Saturday, March 5, 2011
The Last Sunday After The Epiphany
This week we learn of the literary balance to be found in the Older and Newer Testaments, as Moses is transfigured on the mountaintop and Jesus is so before the eyes of the disciples, while Paul points out that Christianity is not a series of "cleverly designed myths". All this plus type and ante-type in stained glass art.
[The photo above is of the stained glass window in Christ Church's choir loft; it is often softly illuminated in the evenings. For these and other photos of Christ Church's windows, please associate yourself with the Christ Church page on Facebook.]