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Oct 23 2019

Satanic Art Displayed at Christian School

On the surface, moonbattery often seems moronic and nauseating but well-meaning. Scratch that surface, and something darker comes to light. This darkness was on open display at Grantleigh, a private Christian school near Richards Bay, South Africa.

Apostolic Faith Mission pastor Andrew Anderson posted video of an appalling art exhibit at the school.

Via News 24:

A matric pupil’s interpretation of Italian renaissance painter and inventor Leonard da Vinci’s Last Supper had him almost in tears, with Jesus depicted as a clown as he breaks bread for the last time before his crucifixion, with dollar signs painted on the lintel behind him.

The disciples are people and animals, with hats, sunglasses and some with horns.

Torn strips of the Bible feature in another work.

Panning over images that included a work inspired by Michelangelo’s Renaissance work The Creation of Adam painted on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, Anderson was overcome with emotion at the image of a clown leaning out of the cloud for the iconic finger touch imagery.

It used to be artists created. In this age, they tear down, desecrate, and destroy.

The school’s ethos is “To God be the glory.” This is not glorious:

The demonic art exhibit has been taken down due to public outcry, proving that pushback still works. However, if the disease has not been cured, symptoms soon reemerge.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.

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