I am not a Reformed theologian by any stretch. My theology is far more Wesleyan, leaning towards Arminian. What that means is that I affirm humanity’s free will, the idea that God’s salvation is open to all, and that sanctification (not just justification) is a part of the salvation process. As a result, I have some significant misgivings regarding the Reformed doctrines of Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, and Irresistable Grace. With a blog titled ‘Informing the Reforming‘, you can be assured that Tim Challies is a Reformed theologian. Yet, despite our theological differences on these issues, I have found his blog to a source of exceptionally clear theological insight on a myriad of Biblical passages and various theological perspectives. Most recently, he has undertaken a series on ‘Visual Theology’ whereby he conveys fundamental concepts in through a graphical medium. Today, as we spotlight his blog, I felt it fitting to share one of these infographics with you. The following image conveys the symbolism of the tabernacle, and what that tells us today about the character of God. Enjoy.
Blog Spotlight: Visual Theology with Tim Challies
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