Psalms 133: A Translation and Study of Scriptural Influence on Ministry and Organizational Unity
Date of Award
Master of Arts in Ministerial Leadership (MAML)
College of Christian Ministries and Religion
Department of Christian Ministries and Religion
Margaret de Alminana, Ph.D.
Mosaic is one of the oldest and most beautiful art forms known to human civilization. Of all the Roman remains discovered over the years, there are more examples of mosaics than any other construction. The creator of a classical work of mosaic art possesses a clear vision or imagery of what the larger picture or finished work will be. To a novice or a curious bystander, the work would simply appear to be a fragmented assembly of unrelated objects, but in the mind of the master, he knows what it can and will be when completed. Such is the story of a work of art commissioned by the August Wagner Company of Berlin, Germany in 1929 (see fig. 1). Considered one of the greatest art treasures of all times, the Wagner Company created a tile reproduction of Leonardo da Vinci's painting of Christ's "Last Supper." This was not just an imaginative creation, but it was the only faithful facsimile of Leonardo's painting in the world....
Wilder, James A., "Psalms 133: A Translation and Study of Scriptural Influence on Ministry and Organizational Unity" (2011). Master of Arts in Christian Studies. Paper 27.
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