Book of the Elect
Water forms encircle a symbol for the Trinity, within a marble immersion font (modified octagon) viewed from above. Stamped in gold foil and bound at Kingsport Book, in red Matador made by Ecological Fibers Inc. 
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Early Christian trinity, spirals representing water, contained in a circular immersion font. Inspired by the tiled-mosaic immersion font at St. Paul's Catholic church, Westerville, Ohio.
Stylized trinity at the center, joined to spiral water forms, contained in a circular baptismal font.
The theological concept of election is associated in the New Testament with the Lamb's Book of Life that is mentioned in the book of Revelation chapters 3 and 22. Because the Elect, the 144,000, make their appears after the scroll with the 7 seals, and because it is the Lamb that breaks open the seals, the Book of Life is often integrated in art with the scroll. Often the scroll is depicted as a book with 7 seals (having ribbons with seals) and the lamb is depicted without 7 horns and 7 eyes.
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Book of the Elect

Vector drawings for gold foil stamp.
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