Created in the Divine Image
by Fr. Joseph Clayton Neiman
About the Book
This book encourages visio divina (divine vision), a meditation on icons, in this case, photographs of people created in the divine image (imago dei). Both famous and ordinary people are all beloved sons and daughters of the Creator, and the photos here seek to generate in the viewer a deeper appreciation of their own worth in the divine image.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date May 09, 2009
- Tags Joseph Neiman, Mother Teresa, Johnny Cash, Paul Harvey, William Milliken, Philip Hart, Wilbur Mills, Grace Kelley, Glynn family, McGee family, Art Bartnick, Verna Bartnick, black and white photos, Helder Camera, Cardinal Sunens. clergy, Desmond Tutu, spirituality, portraits, clowns, religion
Fr. Joseph Neiman is an Episcopal (Anglican) priest in the Diocese of Western Michigan, a writer and a photographer. He served as editor of the diocesan newspaper for 32 counties for many years, and has had photographs and writings published in numerous religious and secular newspapers and magazines. He has published several Blurb photobooks, a book on religious education, and is currently researching a book on the historical Jesus..