Painting depicting transfiguration of Jesus, a story in the New Testament when Jesus becomes radiant upon a mountain.
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Recent protests on racial justice have also questioned the portrayal of Jesus as a white man. An art historian explains how this image appeared and came to be marketed worldwide.
Walking in water: James Burke-Dunsmore as Jesus in the Good Friday performance of the Passion of Jesus, staged by the Wintershall Players, in Trafalgar Square, London, April 2018.
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Was Jesus Christ the first male lead in the history of modern theatre?
A still from Mel Gibson’s Passion of the Christ.
Courtesy 20th Century Fox.
When it was released 15 years ago, Mel Gibson’s ‘Passion of the Christ,’ was a box-office success. The theme of Jesus has been a successful one that many filmmakers around the globe have cashed in on.
Stéphane Charbonnier’s Charlie Hebdo offended people of all religions, but when does causing offence become unethical?
Causing offence to others often causes hurt. Such actions have been condemned as unethical, even immoral behaviour in a civilised society. There have been many examples. The Bill Henson photographs of…