Okay, so everyone knows that theology can be confusing. Words like justification, sanctification, trinity, rapture, infralapsarianism, election, predestination all have the capability of making one cringe; that is unless you’re a theology geek and even then it trips up even the geeks. If only there were a fun, hysterical, laughable but educational method or book to understanding theology.
“Theologygrams” is the book of which you have dreamed of understanding theology. If you desire to learn through humor, this book is most certainly for you. When you open the book, the left page is dedicated to the “topic” for discussion (e.g., views of the end times) while the right depicts the “gram” of the theology (i.e., the picture). If there are choices, it is obvious as to which one the author is wishing to use to convey the point made on the left page; but it does not hurt mixing in humor with education!
It is brief in nature and certainly does not cover every topic of theology, but I think you will find that it covers some of the “big questions” of the Christian faith as well as other topics you might not have thought to ask questions. I hope you will pick up a copy if anything to have a laugh while learning who God is and what God is about.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book from InterVarsity Press. The opinions I have expressed are my own, and a positive review was not required. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.