A Complete Picture of Salvation

During a workshop about honor and shame, Kyle Wiebe of Create Taiwan drew “Perspectives” as her notes.

Though simple in form, I found myself staring and analyzing the images that portray honor-shame, power-fear, and innocence-guilt. I suspect others would fine the drawing fruitful for devotional or teaching purposes, so wanted to share. Click here to get a PNG. 

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5 comments on “A Complete Picture of Salvation
  1. This is awesome. I’m going to use it my class.

  2. Daniel Owens says:

    Call me dense, but I don’t fully understand the innocence pane. The other five are transparent to me. I am sure it is obvious, but I am just not sure. Can anyone make it plain to me?

    • HonorShame says:

      I think the Kyle was using the imagery of prison to represent the legal/judicial concepts of guilt-innocence. The person with guilt is accused and punished, and salvation includes freedom from that scenario. …I think…

      • Daniel Owens says:

        That makes sense. Thanks.

        The rest of the images are brilliant, but I wish there were barred windows or something to connect it to a prison analogy in the innocence pane. Or maybe chains that had fallen open.

  3. May I print and use in my Encountering the World of Islam class. I will not reproduce for any publication but only in the class environment.

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