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One Another: A New Visual Theology Print

The New Testament contains at least 40 passages that contain the words “one another.” Each one of these points to a way that Christians are to treat, or are not to treat, each other.

As Josh Byers and I prepare for the release of our book Visual Theology: Seeing and Understanding the Truth About God (now available for pre-order and including free gifts!) we are beginning to release some of the book’s images in poster format. Combined with our existing Visual Theology posters, this gives you a lot of options for decorating your home, office, youth room, or anywhere else you’d like a little bit of flair.

Our new print displays all of the “one another” passages with circles relative in size to the amount of mentions in the New Testament. You can purchase it as a poster or purchase the high-resolution file and print it on your own. Scroll all the way down and you can have the low-resolution file for free.

http://visualtheology.church/products/one-anothers


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