Social media and churches

Alan Witchalls has produced a really helpful infographic on Social Media and Churches which you can download here as a pdf.  I would imagine this would be a helpful resource if you also wanted to read this from Tim Chester, parts of which you can find online here and by following the links.

Creation and the gospel

Here is a helpful info-graphic on the order of and purpose of creation by Josh Byers.  Josh intends to release a new graphic weekly for each book of the Bible so it may be worth bookmarking his site here.

Visual theology goldmine

Many people find it easier to learn and commit information to memory when it is presented in a visual form.  I’ve previously linked to some excellent charts and images on various issues of  theology and Scripture, mainly created by Tim Challis and The Good Book Company.

And then last week I came across visualunit.me a veritable cornucopia of charts, infographics, maps, images, and visual resources.  A big thanks to Mark who runs the site for providing such useful resources and I know I’ll be returning to the site many times in the future.

 

 

Visual Theology – NT Timeline

Here’s the latest offering from The Good Book Company in their info graphic series – a time line through the books of Acts and the Epistles.

The dates for when various books of the Bible were written (the purple circles) are suggestions only, and it would be my suggestion that at least some of them are wrong. If all of the New Testament books were written prior to AD 70 that allows for the Revelation to John to refer primarily to the forthcoming divine judgement upon Jerusalem and the nation that had proved themselves unfaithful.