This very Jewish depiction of the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem the week before his crucifixion is called simply Yeshua. Unfortunately I have not been able to find who the artist is.
I found this chinese nativity scene quite curious - Jesus petting the easter bunny?
The morning that Death was killed I woke in a place that was dark The air was spicy and still I was bandaged from head to foot The morning that death was killed. I rose from a mattress of stone I folded my clothes on the sill I heard the door rolling open The morning … Continue reading The morning that Death was killed by Steve Turner
Songs of Experience: Holy Thursday Is this a holy thing to see, In a rich and fruitful land, Babes reduced to misery, Fed with cold and usurous hand? Is that trembling cry a song! Can it be a song of joy? And so many children poor, It is a land of poverty! And their sun … Continue reading Holy Thursday by William Blake
The cast of Christmas reassembles for Easter Take the wise men to the Emperor’s palace. Wash their hands in water. Get them to say something about truth. Does anyone know any good Jewish jokes? The one about a carpenter who thought he was a King? The one about the Saviour who couldn’t save himself? The … Continue reading The cast of Christmas reassembles for Easter by Steve Turner
"Good Friday" by Australian Aboriginal artist Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri.
"Peter the rock" by Corey Hardin It is an unusual depiction of Peter, that's for sure. But I kinda like the way the symbolism brings to mind the things Jesus said to this Apostle.
This painting by Bruce MacDonald is called "Crucified Stuffed Bunny." I'm not really sure what to really make of it but there's no doubt the Easter message sometimes gets lost in the Easter celebrations.
See the commercial deemed too controversial for screening in cinemas. NCM Media Network have explained they turned down Compass Bible Church from advertising it's Easter services in Orange County because they ... shock, horror ... mentioned Jesus! The church is suggesting this is somewhat hypocritical given he's mentioned perjoritively in movies all the time.