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  1. Jonathan, thank you for a wonderful article. I had often wondered what might at the root of art’s ambiguity, and I think you have put your finger on it in describing so well the link between cultural activity and the garment of skin on the one hand, and the fact that in Christ the garment of skin is assumed, transfigured and made the very means of our salvation on the other.

    1. Thank you for the comment. You have perfectly resumed my idea in a few phrases. I think the garments of skins are one of the most important traditional notions for us to understand today. Modern society is almost entirely a world of dead skins and so to grasp the garments and how they can be transformed seems paramount at this time.

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