Inspired by the twenty-ninth day of the Lent study “Atheism for Lent – http://www.atheismforlent.net/forsaken/

I took the short phrase “My God, my God, I have forsaken you.” as my my inspiration today, trying to represent using the simple shapes, that I have used throughout this series as representation of “idols” and “false ideas about God”, as a cross to be forsaken, taking the idea that we most forsake our “god” to find God, or as it says in the study, we must lose our religion to find our faith.

Created in PS CS6, total time around 70min
Video: LINK

Comments

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeover 1 year ago

    I believe you last statement hits closest to home for adults coming to the faith, whatever faith it becomes. Losing their religion and relearning to trust and believe once again. Learning where their error in belief was versus what they had been taught. We all start with a flawed belief system. We have to choose to adopt it or turn away. I have really enjoyed this series and the questions it has inspired in your work.

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