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SCULPTURE AND PAINTINGS REPRESENTATION. Name: Institution: Date: As explained by John Paul II (2005) human beings either male or female were created in the image of God and are symbol of truth and love from God. For this reason there should be guiding principles while presenting the paintings and sculptures so as to against God He opened their eyes and they realized they were naked and they were ashamed of it thus even the bible acknowledges it is shameful to be naked. References Castellano A. Buccolieri G. Quarta S. & Donativi M. (2006). Portable EDXRF surface mapping of sulfate concentration on Michelangelo's David. X‐Ray Spectrometry  35(5) 276-279. [...]

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*Due in 13 hrs* We believe and confess as Christians that men and women bear the image of God. His image gives us dignity above any other creation. The former Pope John Paul II (1920-2005) in one of his weekly Audiences put it this way, So in man created in the image of God there was revealed, in a way, the very sacramentality of creation, the sacramentality of the world. Man, in fact, by means of his corporality, his masculinity and femininity, becomes a visible sign of the economy of truth and love, which has its source in God himself and which was revealed already in the mystery of creation. This teaching is derived in large part from the account of the creation and fall in Genesis 1-3, especially Genesis 3:7 where the immediate result of the rebellion was the eyes of both man and woman being opened and shame becoming a part of their mental vocabulary. Given the special dignity afforded us in creation but now challenged constantly by our fallen natures, are there some basic principles that should apply to visual representations like painting and sculpture and guide what should and should not be represented, as well as how women and men should be represented? Some Christians do have trouble with Michelangelo’s David. Should they? Think back to our initial reflections on the nature of art, as well as your reflections on artistic verisimilitude. How much license should an artist have in representing the human body? Or, on the other side, what about depictions of our Lord? Can these be likewise offensive? How might we determine what is appropriate and what is not in visual representation? Do any portions of Scripture offer us insight here? Michelangelo, detail from the Ceiling of Sistene Chapel (1508-1512)

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