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The secular writer's insights bordered on Catholic sacramental imagination.
A look at Ottavio Vannini's painting, "The Pointer," a work of art that decorates the Church of San Gaetano in Florence.
Flooded with details, the painting boasts of a rich narrative.
Immortality is what mortals often seek. Benozzo Gozzoli’s "Procession of the Magi" gave the Medici exactly that.
The human creature lives ec-statically, meaning always beyond itself, in a world that gives itself in infinite shapes, colors and sounds.
One of the most intriguing artists of Italian Renaissance, Piero di Cosimo (1462 – 1522) was known for the "strangeness of his brain."
This is not the “spirit” of Christmas past.
Universities and companies are perfecting artificial intelligence and augmented reality systems to reliably discover when someone is lying.
"Reality, in fact, is usually something you could not have guessed. That is one of the reasons I believe Christianity. It is a religion you could not have guessed."
Pascal's wager, simply (and reasonably) explained.