St. Paul came to Christianity in a curious, but wondrous, way. Caravaggio came to his esteemed position in the world's history of art in by curious routes as well. Both had been murderers, both had wandered the roads of life alone. St. Paul's faith ultimately sustained him. Caravaggio's art kept him engaged until his early tragic ending. "The Conversion on the Road to Damascus" tells the story of the two men and studies the work by Caravaggio, which sheds additional light on the significance of that event.
My background is art-related ... degrees, vocations, avocations, happiest times. So, using my writing and photography talents to produce books about art, artists, inspirational concepts, and history gives me great pleasure and satisfaction. My web site lists the topics I currently lecture on to groups of all sizes and in many different parts of the world. Take a look!
Let There Be Light Published October 06, 2012
Present at the Table Published October 03, 2012
Messengers of Miracles Published October 03, 2012
Until God So Wills Published October 03, 2012
Coming Home Published October 02, 2012
Look to the Shore Published September 19, 2012
Opening Doors Published September 18, 2012
Your Favorite Guest Published September 14, 2012