Wednesday, September 15, 2010

THEMES TO AVOID

This reminds me of one of my EEG's

11 comments:

X said...

Aww, I think it looks like running water. Yer just scrappin' for material. ;)

Cantor Nikolaos said...

LOL! Scrappin' for material!

Nickie Goomba said...

Just scrappin!

Paul Woodrum said...

Stylized, contemporary allusion to water. Rather good. Four rivers from the Garden of Eden. Water from the rock. Justice flowing down like water. Righteousness an everlasting stream. The water of baptism. Jesus the living water who gives life. Water that wipes away all tears.

Cunjo said...
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Cunjo said...

Whorship is about whorshiping God and not about symbolism of celebrant's stole. One of reasons for only four liturgical colours(plus black and pink).

Red said...

I rather like this one!
red

Paul Woodrum said...

Cunjo: Practically all worship is wrapped in symbolism. As for colors, a lot of uses have developed over 2,000 years. Only Rome rather recently has canonically reduced the medieval liturgical colors to white, red, violet, green and rose. Other denominations are free to use whatever colors and follow whatever tradition they desire. A fairly common variaion is off-white in Lent and blue for Advent. The old Celtic tradition used white for festal, red for common time, and blue for penitential seasons. From this red is still used as the common color in many Protestant churches.

Matthew said...

This looks quite similar to what they made the Holy Father wear at "The Big Assembly" yesterday in London!

Anonymous said...

Who put the LSD in the communion wine?

Dorothy

X said...

LOL @ Dorothy :)