FYE 1035: The Faces of Jesus

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Journal of Religion and Film, an online journal from the University of Omaha, offers full text of its articles from current and past issues covering several years. Indexes for authors, articles and films facilitate searching. A special Feb. ’04 issue focuses on “The Passion of the Christ.”

The Metropolitan Museum of Art website facilitates research of individual works of art, artists, and genres. Especially explore their Timeline of Art History.

The National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. has a site that is clear and user-friendly to search, by artist, title, or keyword, and more. Searching “Christ” as a “keyword in title,” retrieves hundreds of images, many of which include lengthy discussions.

The Jesus Seminar Forum, a joint effort of Rutgers University and the Westar Institute, links to research documents by and about this scholarly seminar, which seeks to determine a historically accurate view of Jesus, and the debate that has followed.

Images of Christ in the Cinema is a lecture by Dr. William Telford of the University of Edinburgh’s School of Divinity. He offers thoughtful analysis of two of the films this course includes, plus several more.


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