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November 24, 2008

Scripture on Display

Reference_rainbow A Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon has created a rather interesting image that offers a profound testimony of the beauty and intricacy of God's Word. The concept is fairly simple -- a graph that displays thousands of cross-references in Scripture -- but the pattern reveals much about how consistent, how perfect, and how faithful to His promises God is.

It's hard to imagine any work of literature, or any other "sacred" book, that would weave so impressive a tapestry from beginning to end.

As my friends and I agreed (along with Suzanne at Boundless), that is really cool.

(Image © Chris Harrison, Carnegie Mellon University)

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David Cervera

I originally saw this on National Geographic's site at:


Notable quote: "'It almost looks like one monolithic volume,' said Carnegie Mellon's Chris Harrison, who--along with Christoph Romhild of North Elbian Evangelical Lutheran Church in Hamburg, Germany--won an honorable mention for illustrations in the 2008 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge."

You think?


This makes excellent wallpaper for my computer. Thank you, Travis!!

Diane Singer

LeeQuod, I agree. In fact, I just made it my wallpaper, too.

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