Why the Cross – Lesson Only

Image Credits:
“Jerusalem” by James Tissot from the Brooklyn Museum (Public Domain)

“Christ's Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem” by Félix Louis Leuillier (Public Domain)

“Chris Expulses Money Changers” (1610) Cecco del Caravaggio (Public Domain)

“The Pharisees Question Jesus” by James Tissot (Public Domain)

“Flevit super illam” (1892) by Enrique Simonet (Public Domain)

“The_Taking_of_Christ” (c.1602) by Cecco del Caravaggio (Public Domain)

“Cristo en la Cruz” by Carl Heinrich Bloch (Public Domain)

“The Entombment” by Peter Paul Rubens (Public Domain)

“The Temptation of Christ” (1854) by Ary Scheffer (Public Domain)

“crucifix” by in hiatus / flickr CC BY

Image of laser-eyed Patricia Houlihan widely spread online

Burger King dog image widely spread online

“Engagement” by Alex Bisagni flickr CCC BY-NC-ND

“The Resurrection of Christ” by Peter Paul Rubens (Public Domain)


Video Credits:

“Sydney Nightlife Timelapse [4K]” by URB4N Productions / flickr CC BY

“Sunset at Berembang INDAH” by Fadhlur Rahman / flickr CC BY-NC-ND

“Pirate Grave” by Kecko / flickr CC BY

“Water ski the video 1” by Shawn Spencer-Smith / flickr CC BY-ND

“NYE Skytrain Party 2019” by GoToVan / flickr CC BY

“Bugatti Veyron” by mangopulp2008 / flickr CC BY-NC-ND (engine rev time-shifted)

“Cross Sunrise” made from “Second Glow” by John Fowler / flickr CC BY

“Natural Landscapes of Mountain Ranges” by Taryn Elliott / eXploration Etoile (public domain)