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New Visual Theology: Subway-Style Prints

Subway-Style Prints

Our collection of Visual Theology material continues to grow. Most recently we have added some beautiful and informational subway-style prints that may be of interest to you or to somebody on your holiday shopping list. There are three in the collection so far: Apostle’s Creed, Elder Qualifications, and Love Is.

Apostle’s Creed. The Christian faith is essentially creedal. Since the earliest days, Christians have professed their faith in common creeds and none of these has proven more important than the Apostle’s Creed. First recited by Roman Christians in the 3rd century, it remains a key component of Christian worship here in the 21st-century. Through the ages and across denominations, it remains our common creed. This subway-style print displays the Apostle’s Creed in both English and the original Latin languages. (Learn more or buy it)

Elder Qualifications. From the Old Testament to the New Testament, those who serve God have been required to be set apart and specifically qualified for their ministry. In 1 Timothy 3, the apostle Paul lays out the qualifications to be an elder in the church. This list of attributes speaks directly to the character and integrity of the individual called to shepherd God’s flock. Hopefully we’ve created a print that any pastor would be proud to hang in his office or home, and would be helpful to remind him of the character traits God desires. (Learn more or buy it)

Love Is. In 1 John 14:6 we are told that God is love. It is a simple, yet profound statement that describes part of his nature and character. In 1 Corinthians 13 the Apostle Paul details this Christian character to the church and explains what it practically means to love like God loves. This subway-styled print puts on display a great reminder of how we can image the character of God to our families, friends, and neighbors. (Learn more or buy it)

You can find these prints and lots of other neat stuff at visualtheology.church.


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    Like an iPhone, Only Much More So

    Can I confess something to you? There’s one thing Aileen does that really bugs me. We will be talking together and enjoying one another’s company. But then, as we chat, I’ll hear the telltale buzz of her phone. And I can tell that I’ve lost her. I can see it in the look on her…

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    A La Carte (February 21)

    A La Carte: When cultural tailwinds become cultural headwinds / Talking with kids about gender issues / Try to be more awkward / Life is more than mountaintop experiences / Tinder / Unpacking “separation of church and state” / and more.

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    A La Carte (February 20)

    A La Carte: How hell motivates holiness / The bond of love / How to love our friends in truth, even when it stings / The distorting power of the prosperity gospel / Thinking about plagues / and more.

  • A Difference Making Ministry for Any Christian

    A Difference-Making Ministry for Any Christian

    The experience of preaching is very different from the front than from the back, when facing the congregation than when facing the preacher. The congregation faces one man who is doing his utmost to be engaging, to hold their attention, and to apply truths that will impact their hearts and transform their lives.

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    A La Carte (February 19)

    A La Carte: Courageous pastors or overbearing leaders? / Jesus didn’t diss the poor / 8 qualities of true revival / Why don’t you talk about the sermon? / The idol of competence / The danger of inhospitality / and more.

  • Why Those Who Seem Most Likely to Come, Never Come At All

    Why Those Who Seem Most Likely to Come, Never Come At All

    It is something we have all observed at one time or another and something we have all wondered about. Why is it that those who seem most likely to come to Christ so often reject him? Why is it that those hear the boldest invitations and who have the greatest opportunities so commonly turn away?…