PRETTY TEENAGE GIRL FINDS RELIGION IN REUTLINGEN, GERMANY

This carte de visite portrait features a beautifully dressed teenage girl. She is being photographed to commemorate a religious ceremony. Gotthold Wurster is the photographer of this image. His studio was located in Reutlingen, Germany. This cdv photograph is in excellent condition (see scans)

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  1. This is a terrible and offensive title for this post.

    The girl has been confirmed in a church (Confirmation, a rite of passage in several major denominations following a period of instruction in Christian doctrine).

    She did not “find” religion, which is a derogatory term.

    • I am very sorry if I offended you. It was certainly not my intention to be disrespectful of any religion or any religious person. I have written at least two thousand headlines for this blog and I try to be creative so all the headlines don’t sound the same. REM did a popular song in 1991 called “Losing My Religion”. The song was nominated for a Grammy Award. I wrote the phrase about the teenage girl “Finding Religion” as a contrast to the REM song title. I never realized that what I wrote might be interpreted as offensive by some people. Please accept my apologies.

  2. What a gracious reply. Kudos, Bruce.
    In my neck of the woods, finding religion has no negative connotation if the person who found it is truly repentant; only if the conversion is insincere and there is no change in that person. I might add that IMO there is a HUGE difference in being religious and in becoming a redeemed child of God.


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