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John the Baptist
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • The canvas started to bulge in the middle, the fragile outlines of the Virgin Mary, Baby Jesus, and John the Baptist beginning to distort.
  • The bizarre scene Da Vinci had painted included an awkwardly posed Virgin Mary sitting with Baby Jesus, John the Baptist, and the Angel Uriel on a perilous outcropping of rocks.
  • Opposite Mary sat Uriel, also with an infant, presumably baby John the Baptist.
  • The nuns gave Leonardo specific dimensions, and the desired theme for the painting—the Virgin Mary, baby John the Baptist, Uriel, and Baby Jesus sheltering in a cave.

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  • I was moved by Rodin’s sculpture of Saint John the Baptist.
  • He told me he met John the Baptist!
    Todd Burpo  --  Heaven Is for Real

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