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The Passion (suffering and death) of Jesus was a major point of contention between Christians and Jews, between Christians and Moslems, and amongst the Christians themselves – but not for the reasons currently proffered. The widely divergent artistic representations of the Passion from antiquity to the Renaissance are the reflections of the ever changing theological, philosophical and popular interpretations of the significance of Jesus’ suffering and death. In this lecture Dr. Neidinger presents an overview of these changing perceptions from the very first portrayal of the Crucifixion to the Renaissance.
Originally produced in 2004, re-released in 2016 with new images.
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