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The World According to Theologygrams: Making sense of Christianity through badly-drawn diagrams

The World According to Theologygrams: Making sense of Christianity through badly-drawn diagrams
A follow-up to Theologygrams, this second book follows the same structure - theology themed diagrams plus commentary on each double-page, taking the reader deeper into the meaning and interpretation of the subject matter with wit and humour.
Our Price: £9.99
ISBN/EAN: 9780232532913
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Publisher: DARTON, LONGMAN & TODD LT
Pub. Date: June 29 2017
Author: WYLD, RICH
Format: Paperback
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The World According to Theologygrams offers a unique way of looking at the world around us and the meaning of the Christian faith as presented in the Bible. Rich Wyld's diagrams present the story of Jesus and its meaning for our lives today as you may never have seen them before.

This book collects 79 full colour diagrams and enlightening commentary by Rich, and can be read either as a companion to his first book, Theologygrams, or as an introduction to his singular way of visualising life and faith. Clever, cheeky and genuinely instructive, it will be appreciated by theologians, non-academics, churchgoers and non-churchgoers alike.
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