icons and images
The infant Jesus in the manger by renzodionigi, via Flickr The earliest preserved, figuratively painted wooden ceiling in Europe can be seen above the nave of St Martin's Church in Zillis
Woonbo Kim Ki-chang, "The Birth of Jesus Christ," 1952-53. Ink and color on silk, 76 × 63 cm.
Japanese Christian Orthodox Icon (in the Nihonga style of the late 19th-early 20th century) Submitted by Bogdan
Leoncio Saenz, "Nacimiento" (Nativity), 1983. The banner reads: “I come to tell them that in Nicaragua the new man has been born.”
Dancing Saints at St Gregory's Church, San Francisco
Magnified:The grains are shown to be delicate, colourful structures each as unique as a snowflake.
35. Marburg Colloquy (1529) is a time where Luther and Zwingli came together to work through some issues, they agree on 14 of the 15 issues they discuss, all but their view on the Lord’s supper. Zwingli believed in the symbolic view that we are thinking of Jesus as we take communion but Luther believed in consubstantiation, that communion is the physical presence of Jesus.