This year, the Christadelphian Advocate expanded its mission to include growing a digital resource library of various media types and study materials for Bible students. We believe art can be a helpful tool in visually organizing information for study. All of our art includes documentation for: A) Any contextual use for which the art was originally created or intended B) Notes on Bible study questions, assumptions, and considerations of the artist C) Production notes, including time frame to create the work and software used D) Reminding viewers that artwork is often guesswork, and certainly NOT a replacement for Bible study! Do you have work that might be a valuable resource to others? Please consider submitting it to us for review. Also, be sure to check out our digital resource page for all of the work submitted. Below are a 5 annual highlights of the art resources we've generated in 2020 for use in study and presentation. 1. The Temple of Ezekiel's Prophecy | Sulley
A full set of new images illustrating an Bro Henry Sulley's interpretation of the Temple of Ezekiel's Prophecy can be found here.
2. The Book of Job, Illustrations
A set of illustrations for the figures in Job that also includes behemoth and leviathan. Find all of these drawings available here. 3. Illustrations from the Book of Revelation
A series of illustrations from the Book of Revelation, primarily Revelation 12,13,and 17. More illustrations are in the works, but you can find this original set here.
4. First Century Preachers
A series of illustrations of first century speakers and preachers can be found here.
5. Nebuchadnezzar's Image
An updated version of the prophetic image of Daniel 2 may be found here. This image is also available in a poster size!