And God called the Dry Land ‘Earth’

Cosmology | Creation Pen & Brush | Flat Earth | New | Yvonne Dias

I PROBABLY start out saying this every time but it’s worth noting anyways. Yvonne first published with The Unexpected Cosmology in November of 2020, which practically makes her a veteran around here. I had initially started following her work some years before that, and when finally asking her to contribute something, I had no idea whatsoever that we’d end up with this many articles. And yet, here we are. What makes Yvonne’s work so unique is that she paints pictures on the subjects she writes about. As you can hopefully tell, they primarily deal with Hebrew Cosmology. The flat earth. Enjoy. 

13. Creation Pen and Brush And God called the dry land Earth

12. Creation Pen and Brush The Light is Good YHWH made it

11. Creation Pen and Brush: The Light Sun and Moon in the Firmament

10. Creation Pen and Brush: Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters PART TWO

9. Creation Pen and Brush: Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters

8. Creation Pen and Brush: The Firmament of the Heavens Stands on Pillars

7. Creation Pen and Brush: Indicator to YHWHs Throne Mount Meru

6. Creation Pen and Brush: Heavenly Luminaries as Indicators and Witnesses

5. Creation Pen And Brush: Stars Angels and Portents

4. Creation Pen And Brush: Stars Sun and Moon

3. Creation Pen and Brush: For Signs and Seasons and Stars Falling

2. Creation Pen and Brush: Let there be lights in the firmament

1. Creation Pen and Brush: An Exploration of Genesis Chapter One through paintings and writing

My name is Yvonne Dias, I live in Cambridge, UK, and I am a Christian who likes to write and paint. Over the last few years I have been inspired to paint images found in the Genesis story, Chapter One. There is so much descriptive imagery in this chapter that I have plenty of inspiration for my paintings. Following through the creation story and the day by day events, I can see a clear picture of our world as created by our creator, YHWH. I take the events literally and I am particularly fascinated by what our world looks like. Through my paintings and my writing, I hope to share my findings about the beautiful place that our Lord created for us.