Observations on Religion in Birmingham, Alabama, by Samford University Religious Studies Students
Damballah is the loa who is credited with the creation of the world and all other gods.
Sudhanna studied under fifty-two different teachers until finally encountering Avalokitesvara, the Buddhist deity of kindness
These amazing paintings demonstrate how one can communicate through art. They demonstrate the importance and value of history and also the importance and value of the future
This female power figure with nails is a religious image that functions as a vessel to connect with the spirit realm, and a historical image that allows viewers to gaze at a piece of history
These windows are noteworth for depicting the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in equal terms.
This sculpture is one of the few pieces of art in . . . the greater Birmingham area, that displays a religious act in the context of a political movement.
Christ is the only true shepherd. He is the shepherd to his people, and he is here to protect us.
By displaying Shuttlesworth and other activists in memorials, the city of Birmingham is acknowledging its unfortunate past and using it as an anthem of hope