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(RNS) Cultural factors that may be contributing to the declining sales prices of Crucifixions are changing worship styles that rely more on words and music and less on visual images, and an unwillingness to openly and publicly display one’s religious commitments.

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  1. No surprise because we are living in a post-Christian era which is rapidly becoming an Islamic one; the latter does not allow for the pictorialization of religious subjects. When the latter becomes the dominant religious force in the U.S., thank God, I won’t be around to see the “satisfaction.”

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