300 dpi 5 col x 9.75 in / 246x248 mm / 837x842 pixels Jim Atherton color illustration of a man climbing towards a mystically-lit mountain top. Ran with story about the challenge of ascending to a religious state. Fort Worth Star-Telegram 2002



KEYWORDS: religious struggle religion  god spirituality climb mountain climbing sacred holy ground sign faith illustration religioso puntualmente religiosidad esfuerzo lucha esforzarse dios espiritualidadtrepar escalar subiralpinismo alpinista sagrado santo tierra senal fiel confianza ilustracion grabado contributed ft atherton 2002
300 dpi 5 col x 9.75 in / 246x248 mm / 837x842 pixels Jim Atherton color illustration of a man climbing towards a mystically-lit mountain top. Ran with story about the challenge of ascending to a religious state. Fort Worth Star-Telegram 2002 KEYWORDS: religious struggle religion god spirituality climb mountain climbing sacred holy ground sign faith illustration religioso puntualmente religiosidad esfuerzo lucha esforzarse dios espiritualidadtrepar escalar subiralpinismo alpinista sagrado santo tierra senal fiel confianza ilustracion grabado contributed ft atherton 2002 KRT
300 dpi 5 col x 9.75 in / 246x248 mm / 837x842 pixels Jim Atherton color illustration of a man climbing towards a mystically-lit mountain top. Ran with story about the challenge of ascending to a religious state. Fort Worth Star-Telegram 2002 KEYWORDS: religious struggle religion god spirituality climb mountain climbing sacred holy ground sign faith illustration religioso puntualmente religiosidad esfuerzo lucha esforzarse dios espiritualidadtrepar escalar subiralpinismo alpinista sagrado santo tierra senal fiel confianza ilustracion grabado contributed ft atherton 2002 KRT

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