Resources on Lucas Cranach the Elder

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Two Paintings by Cranach the Younger Image by James Romaine https://www.artway.eu/content.php?id=1966&lang=en&action=show Image by James Romaine Topics: Art , Children , Adultery , God's Love Source: ArtWay With humor and tenderness, James Romaine introduces two painting by Reformation painter Lucas Cranach the Younger. These paintings emphasize how determined God is to love us. The Birth of Christ Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder http://www.abcgallery.com/C/cranach/cranach37.html Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder Topics: Birth , Art , Nativity Source: Olga's Gallery: Online Art Museum This 16th century painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder depicts the birth of Christ from Luke 2:1-18. Christ and the Adulteress Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder https://www.wga.hu/html_m/c/cranach/lucas_e/05/54religi.html Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder Topics: Art , Christ , Adultery Source: wga.hu This 16th century painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder depicts Christ and the adulteress from John 8:1-11. Jesus Blesses the Children Image by James Romaine https://www.artway.eu/content.php?id=1965&lang=en&action=show Image by James Romaine Topics: Blessing , Jesus , Art , Children Source: ArtWay These two paintings by Lucas Cranach the Younger depict Jesus blessing children and Jesus with the woman caught in adultery and are accompanied by a description from James Romaine. The Rest on the Flight into Egypt Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder https://www.wga.hu/html_m/c/cranach/lucas_e/04/14religi.html Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder Topics: Rest , Art , Mary , Joseph Source: wga.hu This early 16th century painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder depicts Matthew 2:13-18, where the the Holy Family rests on their flight to Egypt. Justified by Faith Image by Matthew Milliner https://thevcs.org/grace-works/justified-faith Image by Matthew Milliner Topics: Law , Gospel , Romans Source: The Visual Commentary on Scripture The distinction between law and gospel is not simple. A woodcut panel called "The Old and the New Testament," also known as, "Allegory of the Law and the Gospel" by Lucas Cranch the Elder. Lamentation Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder https://www.mfa.org/collections/object/the-lamentation-30873 Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder Topics: Lament , Crucifixion , Art Source: Museum of Fine Arts Boston This 16th century painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder depicts the Lamentation of Christ, where the Virgin Mary, Mary Magdalene, and others weep over Christ's dead body after the Crucifixion. Samson and Delilah Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder https://www.wga.hu/html_m/c/cranach/lucas_e/06/3samson1.html Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder Topics: Art Source: wga.hu This 16th century painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder depicts Samson and Delilah from Judges 16. To Martin, on His Wife, the Original “Opt-Out” Poetry by Renee Emerson https://perspectivesjournal.org/posts/martin-wife-original-opt/ Poetry by Renee Emerson Topics: Poetry , Martin Luther , Marriage Source: Perspectives Journal This poem by Renee Emerson is about the role of the wife of the Reformer Martin Luther, Katherine. David and Bathsheba Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder http://www.abcgallery.com/C/cranach/cranach50.html Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder Topics: Art , David Source: Olga's Gallery: Online Art Museum This 16th century painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder depicts 2 Samuel 11:2, where David sees Bathsheba bathing from his balcony. Camouflage Cranach Article by Matthew Milliner https://thevcs.org/grace-works/camouflage-cranach Article by Matthew Milliner Topics: Law , Art , Gospel , Romans Source: The Visual Commentary on Scripture Matthew Milliner uses three pieces of art to reflect on Romans 3:9-31 and the relationship between law and gospel. The Old and New Covenant Image by Erhard Altdorfer http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=134772&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Erhard Altdorfer Topics: Law , Grace , Covenant Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive This historiated print by German artist Erhard Altdorfer features the old and new covenant. It is based on Lucas Cranach the Elder’s painting, “Law and Gospel”. Adam and Eve Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder https://www.artres.com/C.aspx?VP3=ViewBox_VPage&VBID=2UN3657KW6OAI&IT=ZoomImageTemplate01_VForm&IID=2UNTWAIEHGAV&PN=1&CT=Search&SF=0 Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder Topics: Art , Adam , Eve Source: Art Resource: Fine Art Stock Licensing This 16th century painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder depicts Genesis 3, where Adam and Eve stand in the Garden of Eden, with the serpent in the background. Theistic Evolution: The Crucified God Article by Ted Davis https://biologos.org/blogs/ted-davis-reading-the-book-of-nature/science-and-the-bible-theistic-evolution-part-3 Article by Ted Davis Topics: Suffering , God's Will , Theodicy , Cross Source: Biologos Discussing theodicy in light of theistic evolution, Matthias Grunewald's article draws on Jürgen Moltmann's concept of the "Crucified God" to explain how God takes responsibility for the "costly" evolutionary process by suffering on the cross. The Last Word: Take & Eat Article by Harold Bordwell https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/last-word-take-eat Article by Harold Bordwell Topics: Art , Adam , Eating , Eve Source: Commonweal Harold Boardwell reflects on apples in the context of the biblical story of the Fall (Genesis 3). Rest on the Flight into Egypt Image by Adam Elsheimer https://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/e/elsheime/flight.html Image by Adam Elsheimer Topics: Rest , Angels , Art , Mary Source: wga.hu This late 16th century painting by Adam Elsheimer depicts Matthew 2:13-18, where the the Holy Family rests surrounded by angels on their flight to Egypt. Was It a Sermon? Thoughts on Dialogue Sermon Article by David J. Lose http://www.davidlose.net/2012/03/was-it-a-sermon/ Article by David J. Lose Topics: Sermon , Gospel , Preaching , Church Source: In the Meantime David Lose writes that we need to experiment, innovate, even invent new ways of communicating the gospel that, while they may look different from the established norms, nevertheless accomplish the same ends. Did John Calvin Make God a Liar? Article by Ted Davis https://biologos.org/blogs/ted-davis-reading-the-book-of-nature/did-john-calvin-make-god-a-liar Article by Ted Davis Topics: Creation , Heaven , God , John Calvin Source: Biologos Ted Davis discusses John Calvin's view that biblical writers gave descriptions of nature in terms understandable to ordinary persons, and the scientific details were not always correct. Whore of Babylon Image by Martin Luther http://pitts.emory.edu/dia/image_details.cfm?ID=9634&referrer=preachingandworship.org Image by Martin Luther Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive The whore of Babylon rides the beast with cup in hand, while being worshiped by the kings of the earth Trinity Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder https://www.wikiart.org/en/lucas-cranach-the-elder/trinity Image by Lucas Cranach the Elder Topics: Trinity , Art Source: WikiArt This oil painting by Lucas Cranach depicts the Trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

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