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February 12, 2010

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Simon Jones

As ever, wonderful, thought-provoking, moving stuff. Seems to me that it forms the basis of a really good liturgy on those words from 1 Corinthians 13.

David K

Jim, many years ago, more than 25 years, I first saw William Blake's Trinity in J V Taylor's "Go Between God" and immediately wanted a copy. In those days there wasnt a poster you could buy so I contacted the British Library and asked them to photogtraph it - which they did for £60, no small fee in those days. Its in my home now, framed, and as full of energy as when I first saw it. Loved the reflection, and 'The Trinity'.

Jim Gordon

Hello David - that Blake picture is one of the most beautiful things ever done with a pencil. An entire theology of love in an eternal communion of self-giving, outreaching, grace that is the gift allowing all else to be. Cruciform, passionate, enfolding, the Son reaching out yet held, the Father holding and embracing, the Spirit covering both with wings of comfort. £60 was a fortune then David - not only what price art, but what price that which for 25 years has opened your heart to truth beyond mere words?

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