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Thursday, September 28, 2006 

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Da Vinci's The Last Supper
Topic: Art & Culture

< Understatement>There is a lot of hype right now concerning The Da Vinci Code.< /Understatement>

Now how many of us, regardless of how we feel about this buffoonerymodern phenomenon know anything at all about the great artist or what is being represented here apart from the novel? Enter Mr. Makoto Fujimura, and his blog Refractions, who offers a tremendous aesthetic | theological reflection on DaVinci's famous painting. May it edify you. Also, for more of the theological and historical take on the novel don't forget the formerly touted (and quite scholarly) Truth About DaVinci. Have a great weekend.

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That was a VERY interesting one! Seriously interesting.

That was a VERY interesting one! Seriously interesting.

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