“Shincheonji Online Seminar: Testimony on the Parables of the Secrets of Heaven and Their True Meanings” is a round of seminars focusing on understanding parables written in the Bible in the New Testament.
Living by our own values is challenging enough, but in a polarized world it takes even more strength of mind and heart than usual. There is something for people of all philosophies and faith stances in this little volume.
A portrayal that is simple. Almost basic. Downright rustic. The Radha-Krishna Brass Statue iconography captures the imagination of devotees and artisans alike, which is the twin sculpture that you see.
A life-sized Lord Shiva statue for the home or office of the finest devotee. Sculpted from brass and given a sturdy finish, the big Lord Shiva statue that you see on this page is fit to be installed outdoors.
Lord Kamadeva is Hindu dharma’s presiding deity over desire. Devi Rati is the object of the desire He embodies. In the murti that you see on this page, the two are captured in the midst of the passionate dance.
Lord Narasimha is the embodiment of adharma-consuming aggression. He is rajasic and restless, unforgiving and all-vanquishing. An avatara of Lord Vishnu, credited to have brought the great King Hiranyakashipu to His knees.