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Art Basel, Miami
‘God’s Eye View’

When Google Earth splashed onto the scene, in an instant the world got a chance to see itself from a new perspective. And it was amazing how readily we accepted these images as gospel truth. It raised questions in our minds. What if satellite photography had been around in biblical times? How would we react to seeing the parting of the Red Sea, Noah’s ark, the garden of Eden and the crucifixion? Atheists said it proved their point. And extraordinarily, true believers said the same.

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