The Life of Jesus is one of the most remarkable stories known to humankind. Jesus proclaimed a message of love, freedom, and tolerance, and he demonstrated his convictions and beliefs through his actions and the words he spoke, which are beautifully portrayed in this interactive new e-book.
Twenty artistic masterpieces dating from the third to the twentieth centuries, by great masters of western art—da Vinci, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, and others—give life to biblical stories. Beginning with the Annunciation of Mary and the birth of her son in Bethlehem, The Life of Jesus depicts his childhood exile in Egypt, his baptism, ministry, and the miracles attributed to him, followed by his triumphant return to Jerusalem and subsequent Crucifixion and Resurrection.
Released during Holy Week for the 2012 Easter Season, The Life of Jesus: Through the Eyes of the Masters invites readers to explore the artworks in great detail by following links to the Google Art Project, YouTube, and other virtual spaces, including newly hosted digital exhibitions offered by the world’s museums, allowing readers to interact with and experience these masterpieces as never before possible.
One third of net profits will be donated to charitable causes including the preservation of art, architecture, and nature.
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