Visual Theology: “I Can See Clearly Now”

10 Jan

Info-graphics have returned in popularity in recent years. They have been commonly used to show data regarding the weather, route maps and graphs for statistical information. Their purpose is to integrate substantive information so that visual capacity is enhanced for absorbing multiple and diverse levels of detail in a condensed structure.

Tim Challies created his own version of  “Visual Theology” of things relating to  the Christian faith: The order of salvation, the attributes of God, the  Trinity, the AtonementReformed theology, the books of the Bible.

You can see the complete list here.   Either way, I have found his “Visual Theology” most helpful.

Check em out!




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Posted by on January 10, 2015 in communication, doctrine


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