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Saturday, September 11, 2004
  Triumph of Christianity by Tommaso Laureti
The inspiration for the title of the last blog entry came from this 16th century painting, depicting the destruction of secularism as embodied in ancient Greece, via a fallen Greek statue smashed to bits. In its place Christianity seeks to fill the void with the crucifixion - faith, sacrifice and death. Its a perfect metaphor for the Religous Right, who want to ruthlessly excise every hint of secularism and return to Theocracy:

The Triumph of Christianity
 
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