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The '''Hospitality of Abraham''' is a Russian icon by [[Andrei Rublev]] that shows the three [[angels]] that appeared to [[Abraham]]. Though the three angels are not the three persons of the [[Trinity]], the three angels represent the Trinity. The angel in the middle represents [[Christ]], the Son of God with the [[chalice]] used in the [[Eucharist]].
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The '''Hospitality of Abraham''' is a Russian icon by [[Andrei Rublev]] that shows the three [[angels]] that appeared to [[Abraham]] at Mamre. Though the three angels are not the three persons of the [[Trinity]], the three angels represent the Trinity. The angel in the middle represents [[Christ]], the Son of God with the [[chalice]] used in the [[Eucharist]].
  
 
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[[Category:About Icons]]

Latest revision as of 01:28, June 19, 2013

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The Hospitality of Abraham is a Russian icon by Andrei Rublev that shows the three angels that appeared to Abraham at Mamre. Though the three angels are not the three persons of the Trinity, the three angels represent the Trinity. The angel in the middle represents Christ, the Son of God with the chalice used in the Eucharist.