Holy Spirit Coming From Both the Father and the Son.
 
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Title:Holy Spirit Coming From Both the Father and the Son
Notes:One of the earliest creedal controversies centered around the source of generation of the Holy Spirit. In this work, the Holy Spirit comes from both the Father and the Son. From the the high altar of the chapelle Saint-Marcellin, Boulbon, France.
Date:approximately 1450
Building:Louvre Museum
Object/Function:Painting
City/Town:Paris
Country:France

Lectionary links:CTrin
ATrin
BTrin
General Subject:Trinity
Holy Spirit

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Record Number:56145 Last Updated: 2016-05-18 15:48:31 Record Created: 2016-04-28 10:21:06
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