Begin by choosing 1 of the 7 messages written to the angels of the seven churches addressed in Revelation Chapters 2 and 3. Then, in a 1000–1500-word essay, in current Turabian format, complete the following: 1. Write an interpretive exposition on the passage that comprises the chosen message (i.e., the message to the angel of the church at either Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, or Laodicea). 2. Detail the specific application of the message as received by the 1st century church to whom the message was addressed. 3. Explain legitimate applications of the message to the church today.
The use of graffiti aided in the mobilization of masses as it served as a space for free expression and enhancing involvement. The artistic protest movements have also allowed people who had never previously taken part in the political process to have their voices heard. It is worth mentioning that a noticeable sector of the Egyptian society cannot read or write, the creation of graffiti facilitated keeping them updated with the events and informed them through these simple drawings. Some artists also referred to having conversations with people who could not read or write, people whose opinions are otherwise far less likely to be heard, and creating works based on these discussions. Furthermore, these graffiti was used to inform the international community about the revolution, those who aren’t aware of the language or the events can understand the happenings from these graffiti. In the course of the revolution two famous name- Kaizer and Ganzeer- emerged as the revolution\’s graffiti artists who deliver creative canvases. For instance Ganzeer´s “Mask of freedom”, fulfilled its purpose and even granted him invitations all over Europe; While Kaizer´s graffiti of Snow White carrying a gun, shows that these young artists were aware of the Western culture and were trying to gain support through their art. 2. Songs and Poems Poetry and songs have a very distinctive social position to the Middle East and especially the Egyptians, artists, actors and singers had their share during the revolution; they were inspiring protests and elevating the sense of patriotism. Music and street performance were at the heart of the protests, the tents and stages built at the square ignited by the different songs and street theater plays. During the first days of the revolution protesters were using folklore songs and poems that were used in the near history and in the fight against colonization especially Ahmed Fouad Negm poems who was known as the “poet of the people”. Both protesters and artists were performing together nationalistic songs to raise the revolutionary spirit. Sayed Darwish, Sheikh Imam and Abdel Halim Hafiz songs filled the square, protesters were trying to convey to the masses that they are not tr>GET ANSWER