The Faculty Journal of Austin Seminary
Volume 120Number 1
Whit Bodman, Allan Cole,
Cynthia Rigby, and Randal Whittington
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“The Tribute Money,” by Peter Paul Rubens, ca. 1612, oil on wood panel (144.1 x 189.9 cm), Reproduced with permission from the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Museum Purchase, M. H. deYoung Art Trust Fund, 44.11.
The subject of this painting is taken from the New Testament when the Pharisees ask Christ whether it is right to pay tax to the Romans. Christ, sensing the trap, asks whose likeness and name are on the coinage: “The emperor’s.” He said to them, “Then give to the emperor the things that are the emperor’s and to God the things that are God’s.” (Matthew 22; Mark 12,Luke 20).