Monday, October 1, 2007


While at seminary I designed a model based on the two-dimensional illustration of the trinity known as the triquetra. This sculptural form of the triquetra is a more accurate model of the trinity because it is constructed in three dimensions. Each of the three equal arcs of the sculpture taper off to stand on a circular base at precisely three points in homage to the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The sculpture, as proposed, would become a centerpiece of the Chafer Chapel Plaza just as the Godhead is the centerpiece of all Christian thought.