Post #24.3, Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Historical setting: 584 C.E. Ligugè          In my plea to read the Gospel of John as poetic metaphor and less as literal things of earth I ended up promoted to an artist’s bench. Apparently, my sketch of vining grapes was more beloved than my argument against Trinity. So I’m assigned to illustrate a border circleContinue reading “Post #24.3, Tuesday, September 7, 2021”

Post #24.1, Wednesday, September 1, 2021

Historical setting: 584 C.E. Ligugè          We are at our work stations in the inks instructed to slow-walk the copying of John’s Gospel because there is no next assignment waiting. We will use more art and smaller letters to take up our time. But I fear art is so definitive and this Gospel of John,Continue reading “Post #24.1, Wednesday, September 1, 2021”