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Visual Theology

A collection of images that display truths from the Bible.

A thematic timeline of the New Calvinism.

In honor of R.C. Sproul's 75th birthday, here is an infographic about his life and ministry.

John Piper: The Infographic

John MacArthur: The Infographic

An infographic showing 4 ways of reading the book of Revelation.

This infographic looks at what the Bible says about Christ's work of atonement.

This graphic looks at the 40+ "one another" passages of the New Testament.

An infographic displaying the rulers of Israel and Judah in the time of 1 & 2 Kings.

  • Maureen

    Tim this is now removed from the web page - no viewing in a large format. FYI

The top ten most read books in the world.

  • Kelsey Keefe

    "Some books have had more copies printed than these books, but a fast number of of those books were not sold, so we'll assume they were not read." Seems like a fallacy to assume that every purchased book was read. Thankfully, we live in a world with wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wik... Harry Potter and other known best sellers aren't included in this article because there are no published sales figures, and in this graph above they seem to be grouping the entire series instead of one book. The cumulative number of Harry Potter books sold versus single copy books. Goosebumps has sold over 350million books-- but it's so obviously a series of 60+ books it isn't included here, despite other series being so, along side single volumes. tldr: this info graph is dumb.

  • Gareth Fairey

    … and then there's the scale (left hand side) …

  • Christine P

    Isn't it kind of stupid to have a scale measuring how many of each of these books was sold over the last 50 years considering some of them are only a few years old? The better chart would be the one beginning only when the newest of these books was published.

  • Mindi Fowler-Ogden

    I think it's signifies that within the past 50 years the Bible IS and ALWAYS WILL BE the #1 top seller. It does not matter what books are shown in the graph...it's a matter of showing the Bible will always be the most relevant bought and read historical truth.

  • Tracy Coles

    I agree very much with mindi fowler-ogden! ;-)

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Here are the five pillars and five points of Reformed theology.

A visualization of Genesis 1-2.

This infographic looks to the fruit of the Spirit in the Christian's life.

Here's an infographic from the 1500s, long before they were all the rage. It's very dense!

This stunning visual displays biblical cross-references.

Here is John Bunyan's A Map Shewing The Order and Causes of Salvation and Damnation. It is more info than graphic and is quite dense.

  • Tonia Allen

    Wow! That is *fantastic*! I'm thinking I know people who would like this framed for Christmas! T

An infographic about the unexpected consistency of the Bible.

This graphic looks to the Old Testament tabernacle. Every item in the tabernacle was given by God to display truth and here we’ve tried to show what each item proclaims about the sinner’s need, God’s provision, and the ultimate fulfillment in the coming Messiah.

What does the average American megachurch look like? This infographic lets you know.

The church and technology.

A summary of the different kinds of worldview.

This is The Middle-Aged White Guy's Guide to Christian Rap. It might be a bit of a stretch to call this theology, but it's close enough.

It's not Christian per se, but it's an interesting infographic on homeschooling.

This infographic displays three views on the extent of Christ's atonement.

  • Anna Jackson

    Deep deep deep. When I was saved, I was in camp #1... now I'm firmly in camp #3. This is really a pretty decent graphic representation of the views. Except it needs to be noted that in camp #1 a person is assumed to be able to jump either direction at any time and perhaps even multiple times in their life.

This infographic displays the unbreakable chain of hope from Romans 8.