Submitted by The Rev. Ross Downes on Monday January 10 2022.
The content of this post may not necessarily reflect the policies, theologies or opinions of St Peter's Anglican Church, Palmerston North.
Not long after it was launched on the market, I became a user of Adobe Photoshop. There were a number of things I liked about the program, not the least being the use of layers. You could use multiple layers to achieve different effects. By either merging layers, changing their order, or, switching some off. My ability to achieve quite dramatic effects led to a period of quite stunning effects.
In practice, the use of layers made it possible to unlock otherwise hidden images and effects. Very often the same type of hidden-ness underlies the reading of biblical scriptures. This is especially true of The Song Of Solomon... Read more...
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