“Tree of Life imagery and its symbolism are present in almost every world creation myth and mythology”, explains James Christensen. “Most often these trees represent or act as a connection between heaven and all forms of creation. Lehi’s Dream (1 Nephi 8) is a wonderful example of this and the Tree of Life is a powerful image. The story and litho remind us that the fruits of the tree are available to everyone that tries to live a good life. There is a path to be followed and at the end there is the Tree, the love of God and his fruits are there for all of us to enjoy.”
This rich leather-bound edition is accompanied by the original lithographic print “The Fruit of the Tree.” This 9 ¾” x 7 ¾” print was hand-drawn on Bavarian limestones. The book is signed by both James Christensen and collaborator, Robert Millet.