A visual summary of meals with Jesus throughout Luke’s gospel.
Adapted from A Meal with Jesus by Tim Chester (Crossway, 2011).
Jesus’ resurrection lies at the heart of the apostles’ preaching throughout the book of Acts.
Although all the themes in the graphic above are integral to the proclamation of the “good news”, the message of the risen Jesus is the single theme that appears in every recorded gospel explanation in the book and is clearly is the motivation that drives them to boldly proclaim Jesus “from Jerusalem … to the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8).
In fact, Paul was renown for simply “preaching Jesus and the resurrection” (17:18) and was ultimately arrested and put on trial because of his belief in the risen Lord Jesus (23:6; 24:21).
The transmissional reliability of the New Testament compared to other ancient texts, in terms of existing copies and the time gap between the original and earliest surviving copies. PDF version.
The statistics are taken from The Bibliographical Test Updated, Christian Research Journal, volume 35, number 03 (2012): www.equip.org/article/the-bibliographical-test-update
The seven bowls of Revelation 16. PDF version (254 KB).
The seven trumpets of Revelation 8-11. PDF version (311 KB).
The seven seals of Revelation 6-8. PDF version (250 KB).
A simplified map of the Roman empire in the 1st and 2nd centuries A.D. PDF version.
Paul’s contrast of ‘the old way’ under the law and ‘the new way’ in the Spirit, as illustrated by marriage in Romans 7:1-6. PDF version (140 KB). Thanks to Karen Morris for the concept.
This overview aims to show how the main theme of Romans, namely Paul’s gospel of salvation in 1:16-17, is expressed throughout the letter. Paul outlines this theme vertically, i.e. how the gospel impacts our relationship with God in chapters 1-8 ( = faith + hope). Paul outlines this theme horizontally, i.e. how the gospel impacts our relationships with others in 12-16 ( = love). Chapters 9-11 are the bridge from the vertical to the horizontal, i.e. how faith in the gospel redefines the people of God, i.e. Jews and Gentiles together in Jesus.
There is now an updated version of the Heroes of Faith cards, which are easier to assemble. Collect them all!
Two ways to live according to Galatians 4: under the law or by faith. An allegory contrasting the line of Hagar with the line of Sarah. PDF version (250 KB)
The heroes of faith listed in Hebrews 11-12, from Abel through to Rahab, and to Jesus, “the pioneer and perfecter of our faith”. PDF version (315 KB)
The “I AM” sayings of Jesus in John’s gospel. PDF version (313 KB)
‘The armor of God’ from Ephesians 6:10-18. PDF version (164 KB)
Map showing Rome and the seven churches of Revelation 2-3. PDF version (590 KB)