"God's Angels Through the Eyes of Artists"

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Dr. Venna Bishop

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“God’s Angels Through the Eyes of Artists”

 

Rich in content, this program is very visual exposing the attendees to famous paintings they may have seen in various museums or books. The Biblical references provide the structure for interpreting the divine order.

You will leave with:

      – A greater knowledge and a better understanding of what the Old Testament and/or the New Testament reveals about the various roles of angels in God’s kingdom.

– Increased exposure to different religions and the role of angels in their religious beliefs.

– Realization of the impact angels have on art, music, literature, and the media.

 

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn 1606 – 1669. The Angel Prevents the Sacrifice of Isaac. 1636. Oil on Canvas. Alte Pinakothek, Munich

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn 1606 – 1669. The Angel Prevents the Sacrifice of Isaac. 1636. Oil on Canvas. Alte Pinakothek, Munich

 

“Your knowledge of the subject and ability to incorporate Biblical references, along with slides of Old Masters’ paintings of angels, was most intriguing and interesting. You kept everyone’s attention.”

– Women’s Ministries, Community Church of Oakhurst, CA

 

This program is quite adaptable and can be presented in multiple segments to provide more in-depth knowledge.
Ideal for weekend retreats!

 

Angels are mentioned 108 times in the Old Testament and 165 times in the New Testament. Artists have painted angels who warn, comfort, fight or instruct us. Stories about angels are also prevalent in various forms of literature including stories from other lands, religions, and even children’s books. You will discover how your own perception of angels has been formed not only by Biblical texts, but also by the stories and artist’s paintings over the centuries.

 

Another program option relating to the artist’s interpretation of angels is as follows:

Biblical Stories Portrayed by Artists

Biblical stories come to life in this Power Point presentation of various artist’s interpretations. You will read or be given a Biblical account of the story and will be exposed to the artist’s interpretation. You will be intrigued by the emphasis and detail of the artist’s perceptions while comparing these paintings to the actual story in the Bible.

 

 

Wing-it with Venna quote:

” Scripture ushers in the essence of angels creating a reverence for God. “

 

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contact Venna  408.725.8099

 

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