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Transubstantiation is the act that, according to Catholic doctrine, changes communion bread and wine into the actual body and blood of Jesus Christ. The Eucharist is therefore a form of cannibalism, excused in part by the fact that Christ was only half-man (and half-God). According to the same theology he is also part of the three individuals which make up God, along with the Holy Spirit and, er, God himself. So that means God is only one third of God! But all three individuals are also 100% God.

Mental gymnastics such as these are perhaps part of the reason those of us who have been raised as Catholics have such a healthy sense of the absurd.

This is an original fine art print created using archival pigmented giclee inks and printed on heavyweight museum quality paper.

Limited edition of 50.
Signed and numbered on the front. Dated on the back.

A4 (print) - £25
A3 (print) - £38
A2 (print) - £57
A1 (print) - £95

Frames available on request.

Special instructions or requests welcome.

Thank you

Darren Cullen

I Love God, But... (2011) - Darren Cullen. Limited edition giclee print

$43.19 USD
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