Tag Archives: Resurrection

Rijksmuseum Renovation, Rembrandt, and Relevance

The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam reopened to the public in April after a ten-year, 480-million-dollar refurbishment. When I visited long ago in 1995, I do remember it being dark. The Night Watch, Rembrandt’s very famous painting, is now housed in the most spacious gallery … Continue reading

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SEEN / UNSEEN “The Story We Already Know”

My title is taken from my last blog post–from the summary of the movie The Life of Pi. Pi wants you to believe in the story where tigers can be tamed and miracles happen, and in the unseen world of faith that … Continue reading

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