The Hottest Desktop in the 4th Century
Sunday April 02nd 2006, 9:07 pm
Filed under: Patristics

Brighten up your screen-saver or letterhead. You’ll find great copyright-free early-Christian artwork at Wikimedia. Make sure to peruse all five subcategories.

Open your eyes to some unusual early-Christian images at the Coptic Museum in Cairo.

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WELCOME to the blogging world, Mike!!!

Looking forward to reading MORE about the early Church Fathers!


Comment by Christina 04.03.06 @ 6:03 am

I saved the Catacombs of Naples as my new desktop. The kids got a kick out of it when they saw it this morning. Skeletons are cool ;-).

Comment by Maureen 04.03.06 @ 9:12 am

Thanks for the link. I chose one of the Good Shepherd themes from the catacombs.

Comment by Dennis 04.03.06 @ 2:30 pm

Great St. Nicholas icon in there, Mike. I was thinking it would be great to get an icon of St. Nicholas popping the heretic Arius right in the schnoits – maybe even a slo-mo sequence – that I could put up for Christmas. Has this ever been done? A little violent, but St. Michael pics don’t exactly get a G-rating either.

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