This has been linked to the views of an ancient group called the Carpocratians. The museum had visitors on Saturday, compared with an average of 75 and more than on Sunday, compared to the average 30 to 40, the Reporter-Herald reported. Lets agree to disagree, and long live our First Amendment. Enrique Chagoya's " The Misadventures of the Romantic Cannibals, " created in , is a multipanel piece in which "cultural and religious icons are presented with humor and placed in contradictory, unexpected and sometimes controversial contexts," the artist's publisher, Shark's Ink, said on its website. In the Gospel of John 3: Trending in US. Teresa of Avila 's description of her most famous vision has been interpreted by secular writers, such as Dan Brown , as "a metaphor for some serious sex";  the view of Teresa having a sexual relationship with Jesus, in her visions, is exemplified by the poster art for Theresa: Virtue, who called it an "appalling deconstructionism from the liberal lobby which will spin even the remotest thing to turn it into a hint that Biblical figures are gay". Several theologians and Bible commentators have interpreted this passage as indicating Jesus's support for celibacy. The lithograph, on display since Sept. Robinson's claim has been widely criticized, most notably by David W. The city attorney determined it did not. Dozens of protesters gathered at the museum over the weekend to object to Chagoya's work, including Loveland Councilman Daryle Klassen, who failed to get the issue on the council agenda but said he'll keep pressing to have what he has called "smut" and "pornography" taken down. A Greek reader would understand.