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1. Why I'm Against "Name It and Claim It" Theology
Why I'm Against
"The Word of Faith movement has many distinctives; although it shares teachings in common with prosperity theology, they are not the same thing. Additionally, many beliefs that the movement holds as essentials are often the target of criticism for having views that diverge from Christian orthodox...
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:12:40
2. Creating an Armature for a Clay Sculpture
Creating an Armature for a Clay Sculpture
This armature is ideal for creating sculptures from clay, and can be used for sculptures of any size up to 24" tall or wide. It is also reusable, and you can cut different lengths of PVC so that the armature is adjustable and ready for any project!
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:12:32
3. Building a Small Clay Horse Head Sculpture, No Armature p. 1
Building a Small Clay Horse Head Sculpture, No Armature p. 1
This sculpture will start out with a very simple armature made of crushed-up newspaper. It will not need any type of support like the larger sculptures, so you will not need the pvc pipes. You may want to use extra newspaper under the sculpture to protect the surface you are working on. This dem...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:10:54
4. Speaking in Tongues - Right or Wrong?
This lens is meant to bring a new perspective, and hopefully to make people test everything, and to "prove all things and hold fast to that which is good (1st Thessalonians 5:21). Occasionally I receive emails and letters from friends and family on religious beliefs. I recently received an email...
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:10:59
5. Building a Small Clay Horse Head Sculpture, No Armature p. 2
Building a Small Clay Horse Head Sculpture, No Armature p. 2
Page 2 - Sculpting the Details - This sculpture will start out with a very simple armature made of crushed-up newspaper. It will not need any type of support like the larger sculptures, so you will not need the pvc pipes. You may want to use extra newspaper under the sculpture to protect the surf...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:12:42
6. Building a Small Clay Horse Head Sculpture, No Armature p. 3
Building a Small Clay Horse Head Sculpture, No Armature p. 3
Page 3 - The Finished Sculpture - This sculpture will start out with a very simple armature made of crushed-up newspaper. It will not need any type of support like the larger sculptures, so you will not need the pvc pipes. You may want to use extra newspaper under the sculpture to protect the sur...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:10:59
7. Firing Clay Artworks - Orton Cone Charts & Firing Schedules
Firing Clay Artworks - Orton Cone Charts & Firing Schedules
Firing Schedule #1: This Schedule can be followed for kilns with a temperature gauge and timer: 1. 80 degrees an hour to 180; hold for 3-4 hours - this step is critical to keep the clay from exploding once you begin to raise the temperature. 2. 150 degrees an hour to 500; hold for ten minutes. 3...
Arts & Design - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:15:16

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