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Darkness And Stained Glass

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Have you ever encountered a building encased with traditional stained glass windows?

Chances are, it was a Church building. Perhaps a historical cathedral, surrounded by artistic renditions of the scenes of the passion of Christ. Or maybe the windows depicted a collection of saints particularly appreciated by the local congregation. Or maybe it was displaying various stories from the historical family of God - stories found in the Hebrew Scriptures, the Greek New Testament, or other important points in the history and theology of the Church.

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