For example, a painting of a crucifixion scene which drew attention to some fundamentally weird or blasphemous physical attribute of the dying Christ would hardly merit the description religious art.
Furthermore, certain religions (Eastern Orthodox, Islam) have certain rules circumscribing the type of art permitted: a sculpture of Muhammad would be regarded as a blasphemy, rather than a piece of religious art.
However, the form of religious art with the greatest visual impact is undoubtedly architecture.
From the Egyptian Pyramids to the Stonehenge stone circle, from the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul to the Umayyad Great Mosque of Damascus, from the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem to French Gothic Cathedrals, from St Peter's basilica in Rome to the Taj Mahal, religious authorities have consistently turned to architecture to awe and influence their congregations.
Public statuary can also inspire, while interior mosaics and stained glass can illustrate divine stories - not unimportant in ages where illiteracy was the norm.
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But that doesn't mean 'talking' to or seeing someone in a way your partner wouldn't like is fair game." - Lauren M.
How about if you talk to another woman, daily, about your struggles at work and in your family life? Their answers (on what does and doesn't count) should clear things up for you. Going outside your relationship, physically and emotionally.” - Anna M.
And if you're still unsure, talk to your girlfriend. “Anything you feel like you have to keep a secret from him/her is cheating, regardless of whether it’s physical or emotional.” - Eliza J.
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