Revolutionary Jesus?

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14 thoughts on “Revolutionary Jesus?

  1. This is blasphemy, but it is secretly the view of Jesus in religion being portrayed in artwork. That’s the first time the religions have shown truth in advertising if not anything else. God will judge with the light Moses only saw only a fraction of.
    God in us is love. Human words fall short trying to describe it.

    1. Sorry about that, but I don’t do drugs of any kind. I know I see things so far, and away different than others that it appears that I do. God is in me enlightening me, and that is why you responded the way you did.

      1. I didn’t think you did drugs… I thought maybe Roland was dropping acid and your non-drug-doing-self was a product of that… and I still think that’s a valid hypothesis…

    2. But what does it matter who the author is? Whether it’s Roland, the hive mind or the world spirit that’s playing with itself, let us sit back and admire the zoophilic, intratextual beauty.

      1. artiewhitefox is my Native American totem animal and spirit guide, and I would like to see him treated with a little more respect around here.

        I like to go out into the deserts of Somerset, take peyote (or as the sovereign indigenous peoples of this proud and ancient land call it, “Strongbow”) and open my spirit fully to what my totem animal has to say to me.

      2. Oh Roland, only when you learn to leave such identitarian questions behind will you progress in your mystical journey towards the(ri)ological transcendimmanence.

        Like Edward Norton in Fight Club, as long as you keep up the self-abuse, your moment of enlightenment will come.

  2. This is blasphemy, but it is secretly the view of Jesus in religion being portrayed in artwork. That’s the first time the religions have shown truth in advertising if not anything else. God will judge with the light Moses only saw a fraction of.
    God in us is love. Human words fall short trying to describe it.

  3. What or whom? I would say God through men for God tells the truth that men of flesh, and blood do not see. The church of their own accord would want to maintain the illuton of holiness. That means the one revealing the truth in art has the holy one in him.

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