Isaac Stained Glass Window - SMC104

CLocated in the south choir aisle of St Magnus Cathedral is a stained glass depiction of Isaac on Mount Moriah. It shows a young boy carrying instruments of sacrifice, which are a large knife and a bundle of fire wood.

According to the Bible, Isaac was the son of Abraham and Sarah. When he was a child God asked his father to sacrifice him on top of Mount Moriah. Isaac was spared by God at the last moment.

This window was created by the studio of Oscar Patterson and is part of the extensive scheme of windows installed in the 1920s.

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