Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Aug 21, 2012
- Ro. 1:16-17 is a Kaleidoscope giving beauty in its conciseness of the gospel. Formulating the theme of Romans into two verses. It summarize the gospel that he explains in the rest of the book
- It was invented 1817 by Sir David Brewster.
- Named from two Gk words meaning 'beautiful' and 'form', and added the word scope to show that it was something that you look through.
- A tube lined with mirrors set at angles to each other
- A continually changing pattern of shapes