Stained glass

I was in Europe earlier this month, adding to the list of Gothic cathedrals I’ve visited. I like the stained glass windows the best. Here is a small sample: a window from Chartres, a detail from Bourges, and a single pane from Bern:

You’ll notice I especially like the hell or judgment themed ones. Most windows are more pedestrian; I like more of an element of the fantastic. And even if hell, devils, and the day of judgment are damnable doctrines, they’re pretty good for fantastic and fearsome art.

Naturalism, Theism, and Moral Ontology: A Reply to William Lane Craig
Eternal Accountability
Spot the Fallacy #2: Fine-Tuning and the Prior Probability of Theism
Geisler & Turek Rebuttal: Chapter 9 (Part 2)
About Taner Edis

Professor of physics at Truman State University


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X