The artist Enrique Chagoya, who has stirred up a frenzy of controversy with his depictions of religious figures including one of Jesus Christ, is now offering to paint a religious work of art for a Loveland church.
According to an article in the Loveland Reporter-Herald yesterday, Chagoya is speaking with Jonathan Wiggins, the senior pastor at Resurrection Fellowship, a Christian institution nearly 2,000 weekly worshipers strong.
The piece of art would be a gift, but Wiggins will discuss it with his congregation on Sunday before speaking publicly about the decision.
Read the full article here.
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