|"Faith is ... the certainty of things not seen" (Hebrews 11:1)||
If you have ever traveled on London’s “Underground” trains (or those in other cities), you will instantly recognize the inspiration for this whimsical but very interesting graphic by TheologyGrams (you can see their site here). The Infogram shows the missionary journeys of the apostle Paul in a schematized manner – much as railroad routes are shown. The graphic gives a great idea of the relative distances of the journeys, and don’t miss the historical details – such as the proposed extension from Rome to Spain (Romans 15:24, 28), and the “good barber” at Cenchreae (Acts 18:18)! The infogram succeeds admirably in presenting Paul’s travels in a memorable way!
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