The Ten Commandments
Aron de Chaves’ painting “Ten Commandments”
In this episode I share the 17th century painting of the Ten Commandments by Aron de Chaves from the collection of Bevis Marks Synagogue .
Philippe de Champaigne.
(26 V 1602 – 12 VIII 1674)
Moses with the Ten Commandments
— Beba Kron (@BebaKron) May 26, 2016
Day Eight – Moses receiving tablet from angel: A time of good will: The Lord presents Moses with the tablet of the Ten Commandments in the Book of Exodus from the Lyghfield Bible #Advent pic.twitter.com/RIt1LFkDWz
— Canterbury Cathedral (@No1Cathedral) December 8, 2018
— Nice Art (@NiceArtNice) August 21, 2016
Detail from Moses with the Ten Commandments by Rembrandt, 1659. pic.twitter.com/wpiyoG8y31
— Dr. Crown (@Bellagiotime) October 29, 2020
A window from the Coventry Synagogue on Barras Lane depicting Moses with the Ten Commandments on a stormy Mount Sinai. #WeatherInChurches #AnimalsInChurches https://t.co/1Nvo1eApDq pic.twitter.com/IZMw0nxA9j
— HE Archive (@HE_Archive) January 9, 2019
Ever wondered why #Michelangelo‘s Moses sculpture has horns? It is tied to his shining face upon receiving the 10 Commandments—the #Hebrew word for “rays” of light is the same as “horns.” The context makes the meaning clear—still, the Latin Vulgate translated the word as “horns.” pic.twitter.com/XJ6b4kWLzR
— Christoףher Eames 🇳🇿 (@Chris_K_Eames) March 10, 2019
The Cleansing of the Temple
Arts & Faith: 3rd Sunday of Lent (B)
Explore the Gospel of Jesus chasing the merchants from the Temple with Arts & Faith: Lent. Use this video to take a new look at this season of spiritual renewal through the lens of sacred art
El Greco Cleansing of the Temple
Fourth in a series of 20 Visual Devotionals for Lent.
Jacob Jordaens, ‘Christ driving the merchants from the Temple’
— Jason Keeling (@JasonKeeling) October 7, 2016
In today’s gospel, #Jesus cleanses the Temple of those who put money above God.
We are temples of the Holy Spirit. May Jesus cleanse us of worshiping politicians, political party, nationalism and power instead of the One true God.
(Get ready for a thrashing.) pic.twitter.com/4JsL7XaTmp
— Maryknoll Missioners (@MaryknollFrsBrs) November 9, 2018
Friends, in today’s Gospel, Jesus cleanses the temple. The temple was the economic, political, and religious center of life. And it was seen as the very dwelling place of God on earth.https://t.co/sEYl5UKSPW pic.twitter.com/cOEf2rbCvT
— Bishop Robert Barron (@BishopBarron) November 20, 2020
In this season of mass protests and riots over injustice in the United States, it seems like there is no better time to sit back and do a brief but serious look at the famous episode of Jesus’ “cleansing of the temple.” @realCoreyFarr takes us through it:https://t.co/ioV01DznVz
— Red Letter Christians (@RedLetterXians) June 3, 2020
Jesus Cleanses the Temple #HolyMonday
By C. Malcolm Powers, bronze sculptor pic.twitter.com/1Rw7cItLDW
— Hilfield Friary (@HilfieldFriary) April 10, 2017
— LambethPalaceLibrary (@lampallib) March 30, 2015
Today is Holy Monday, on which we commemorate (inter alia) the Cleansing of the Temple. pic.twitter.com/jd7X6JnRtv
— Tradical (@NoTrueScotist) April 6, 2020
Cleansing of the Temple
The narrative of the “Cleansing of the Temple” tells of Jesus and the money changers, and occurs in all four canonical gospels of the New Testament. pic.twitter.com/wBEMFoHXj1
— EVERETT PULLIAM JR (@E_PulliamJr) April 7, 2020