"At its heart, the story is really this brief image in a reﬂecting pool of Utopia but by the third chapter, a stone has been tossed into the pond and the ripples of that stone spread throughout the rest of the book.”
Everything returns to its center, though in Revelations. The Job cover is typographic, striking through the promises to highlight his lament, but most of the posters are pictograms: 'Samuel' references David and Goliath, 'Acts' riffs on the expansion of the early church, we can see the 'road' of Romans, and some of the posters reference key scriptures, like the "In Christ there is no Jew or Greek, bond or free, male or female" of Galatians.
Take the time to peruse the entire set; they're also available for purchase. Joseph hopes the project will also create an increased design awareness among in the Christian community. I do too.
(First found at fastcodesign.com; see also previous posts on the Summer Bible, and the Pentagram pocket canons)