The problem with bad theologians is that they do not think in pictures. The problem with good theologians is that they do not think in moving pictures. Truth is a place to be inhabited and explored, a gallery with walls, doors, and windows. Its objects possess their meaning only in situ. Persons depicted are proposition in process. The Word moves, and the eye is a lens for the heart. Although the Bible is a book with no pictures, it is in fact a book of nothing but pictures, pictures arranged in a careful sequence. The textual flow is motion designed to make an impression. Visualizing while reading or hearing the Bible is the only way to comprehend all that is being said. If there is to be any further progress in theology, there must be some kind of artistic revolution. These short essays are a colorful, and practical, exhibition of some riches which the Bible reveals to the visual thinker.
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