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Friday, September 04, 2009

Hebrews 11:3, as an art object

Hebrews 11:3

This is an attempt, not as effective as I would have liked, to portray what, to me, is one of the most important verses in the Bible. The photo comes from our Flickr photostream, and you can get there by clicking on the graphic, which is a live link. No password is needed. I believe that you can get to larger versions of the graphic that way, also. (I'm logged in as a member when I go there, so I'm not certain what a non-member would experience.)

The typeface is Palatino Linotype. The graphic was created from a photo I took, in a vacant lot near our house. I used Corel Draw X4 to produce the graphic. I chose a photo which would show an extra-terrestrial body, the sun, and some common earth stuff, grasses, which most of us would treat as weeds.

It is my belief that we cannot prove that God created, but that we can, and should believe it -- accept it by faith. Hebrews 11:3 also teaches that God created ex nihilo, from nothing.

Thanks for looking. Isn't God a great artist?

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i am Grateful... Kerry i am. said...

Good thoughts. I like the photo image, too. Nice. ALL JOY!

Martin LaBar said...

Thanks, Kerry i am.