Post #16.12, Thursday, January 28, 2021

Historical setting: 564 C.E. A Small Village in Southeastern Gaul          The villagers argue:          “This is no statue, Father!”          “A statue is an image of an emperor or a hero!”          “A statue is like a pagan god trapped in the stillness of stone!”          “Of course we have seen statues, and thisContinue reading “Post #16.12, Thursday, January 28, 2021”

Post #15.10, Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Historical setting: 6th Century C.E. Somewhere in the Pyrenees          “Christian convicts you are? I understand.” Of course he says that. Antton is trying to sell Nic a stone statue.          Nic explains, “Our thanksgivings are to the invisible God of all Creation.”          “And that doesn’t seem to be working out for you veryContinue reading “Post #15.10, Tuesday, December 22, 2020”