Leonardo da Vinci revolutionized Christendom with “The Last Supper” painting, depicting the alleged images of Jesus Christ and his apostles, contrary to a divine warning in the second commandment “not to make images of anything in heaven or on earth or in the water under the earth” (Exodus 20:4).
He succumbed to his artistic ingenuity leading to “Da Vinci Fallacy” doctrine, which deceived the world of real images of Christ and his apostles and further reinforced the Roman Catholicism doctrine of idolatry.
Setting aside traditional religious orientations and just basing on logic, Da Vinci was grossly wrong in proposing that the images he drawn belong to Christ and his disciples, for a simple reason that they were not personally present when Da Vinci was painting.
But because the images were presented as sort of ‘reflections’ using deceptive spiritual belief system and ‘faith’ in lies, less likely that followers would question the ‘proposition’ due to possible backlash of not ‘loving’, phrasing’ or ‘following’ Christ.
Given the said historical backgrounds and letting tradition takes its course, the image became the central focus for the returning Christ, and that likely, even believers or Christ himself, if not personally informed by the Father in heaven, would be deceived on his real image, when he returns. In short, so many believers, even preachers, will be deceived despite having earnestly waited for Christ to come.
In the case of the publisher’s twelve (12) year old son, the impact of this painting is very tremendous, when he posted pictures in Facebook depicting the image of Christ similar to what was painted in the ‘Last Supper’. It’s difficult to convince him that said image is just an innovation of an artist and that it is not the real image of Christ.
This is similar to what happened to Christmas, which was started with the name of Christ but ended and resulted to Santa Claus or ending in idolatry. In short, the teachings of God, Christ and the Holy Spirit were in effect modified or replaced with the teachings of False Christ anchored on idolatry.
Below is a reference about Leonardo da Vinci from Wikipedia:
“Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (Italian pronunciation: [leoˈnardo da vˈvintʃi]); April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519, Old Style) was an Italian Renaissancepolymath: painter, sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist, and writer.”
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Leonardo was, and is, renowned primarily as a painter. Among his works, the Mona Lisa is the most famous and most parodied portrait and The Last Supper the most reproduced religious painting of all time, with their fame approached only by Michelangelo‘s The Creation of Adam. Leonardo’s drawing of the Vitruvian Man is also regarded as a cultural icon, being reproduced on items as varied as the euro coin, textbooks, and T-shirts. Perhaps fifteen of his paintings survive, the small number because of his constant, and frequently disastrous, experimentation with new techniques, and his chronic procrastination.[nb 1] Nevertheless, these few works, together with his notebooks, which contain drawings, scientific diagrams, and his thoughts on the nature of painting, compose a contribution to later generations of artists rivalled only by that of his contemporary, Michelangelo”. (Wikipedia,the free encyclopedia).
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