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The Many Ways To Use “A Visual Theology Guide to the Bible”

Getting the Most out of Visual Theology

My new book, A Visual Theology Guide to the Bible is just about ready to release! It is a unique resource in the way it combines words and images to both describe and display the Bible. It is meant to serve as a new kind of guide to God’s Word. Here are a few ways you may want to put it to use:

  • Read it on your own to better understand the Bible and to grow in your skill at studying it.
  • Use it as your textbook for an “Introduction to the Bible” class, small group, or Sunday School.
  • Give it to a friend who isn’t a big reader. The fresh format and slick graphics may just prove appealing.
  • Use it with your youth group or at your young adult meetings to get people to engage with God’s Word.
  • Leave it on your coffee table as a conversation-starter.
  • Read a portion with your family after dinner. Most of the sections are quite small, so can be read in just a few minutes. The graphics provide helpful illustrations.
  • Give it to a graduating student as a gift.

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Whether you read it alone or with friends or family, I believe you will find it a valuable resource.

Let us know that you pre-ordered it, and we’ll send you some free bonus material right away. You’ll get:

  • Free classroom handouts. We have used this content to teach the Bible in churches and groups, and believe it will work well for you too. The downloads we’ve chosen are helpful in walking through your worldview and visualizing how the longings of Israel point to Jesus.
  • Free workbook. This will assist you when teaching the Bible to groups. It gives students an easy way to follow along and fill in notes in a classroom setting.
  • Free poster downloads. We’re making available downloadable versions of some of our most popular Visual Theology posters: 100 References, Prophecies, & Fulfillments and The New Covenant in Jeremiah 31. These are ideal for printing for your church, home, and/or office.
  • Free wallpaper. Cool graphics for your phone that teach the Bible.
  • 20% off a poster or t-shirt in the store at VisualTheology.church.

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Undecided? Here’s a sampler:


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    Weekend A La Carte (May 18)

    A La Carte: What it takes to survive ministry / The power of prayer / The dog’s game / Why do Christians do bad things? / Does it matter whether seminary education is in-person or online? / Greet one another with a … what? / and more.

  • Free Stuff Fridays (Zondervan Reflective)

    This week the giveaway is sponsored by  Zondervan Reflective. When writers write, they are getting in touch with the image of God in them. This is true in some way of all artistry, but writers especially create worlds, characters, histories, and transformation–all ex nihilo (“out of nothing”). In The Storied Life, veteran author Jared C. Wilson…

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    A La Carte (May 17)

    A La Carte: Deep mercy for our dark insanity / The Rock / God will give us more than we can handle / When cynicism sets in / The judgment of getting exactly what we want / The life of Paul Kasonga / and more.

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    A La Carte (May 16)

    A La Carte: When intrusive thoughts come / How a horse saved orthodoxy / The brevity of life / Bad therapy / Acts of kindness aren’t random / Does John’s Last Supper chronology differ from the other gospels? / and more.

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    A La Carte (May 15)

    A La Carte: My pastor made me wait to enter ministry and I’m grateful / How could a good God… / How should a wife respond to her husband’s bad authority? / Sing your heart out, Christian / Does Jesus’ view of grace offend you? / Preaching the Psalms as a book / and more.

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    A La Carte (May 14)

    A La Carte: When God takes his time / Biblical priorities / God is doing something / Broken pieces / Loosening my grip / Since God’s call is effectual, how can someone be a false convert? / and more.