Where Do Beliefs Come From?

The Last Supper was painted by the Italian artist, Leonardo DaVinci. It took seven years for him to complete the project. The figures representing the Twelve Apostles and Christ were painted from living persons. The live model for the painting of the figure of Christ was chosen first. When it was decided that DaVinci would paint this great picture, hundreds of young men were carefully viewed in an endeavor to find a face and personality exhibiting innocence and beauty, free from the scars and signs of dissipation caused by sin. Finally, after weeks of laborious search, a young man of nineteen years of age was selected as the model for the portrayal of Christ. For six months DaVinci worked on the production of this leading character of his famous painting. During the next six years, DaVinci continued his labors on the sublime work of art. One by one, fitting persons
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