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Cano, Alonso (1601-1667) - 1636 St. John the Evangelist with the Poisoned Cup (Louvre, Paris) Catholic Saints, Catholic Art, Religious Art, San Juan Evangelista, Rembrandt, St John The Evangelist, Apostle John, Renaissance, Art Sacre

Alonzo Cano or Alonso Cano was a Spanish painter, architect and sculptor born in Granada. He learned architecture from his father, Miguel Cano, painting from Francisco Pacheco the master of Velázquez, and sculpture from Juan Martínez Montañés. As a sculptor, his most famous works are the Madonna and Child in the church of Lebrija (also called Nebrija), and the colossal figures of San Pedro and San Pablo. Philip IV made him royal architect and kings painter, and gave him the church preferment…

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MYSTAGOGY: How Did St. John Chrysostom Understand the "Wrath of God" and "Divine Puishment"? Religious Images, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Byzantine Art, Byzantine Icons, Eastern Orthodox, Greek Orthodox, Christian Warrior, Christian Art

By John Sanidopoulos St. John Chrysostom probably more than any other Father of the Church speaks about the "wrath of God" and "divine punishment". Most who read these passages often do so through the lenses of western medieval or reformation theology, even many Orthodox Christians, who are unable to read the depths of the spirit behind the letter. The reason for this is because, as St. Symeon the New Theologian explains, when speaking about matters of divine judgement, "the interpretation…

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