Anneke de Bont’s PhD dissertation, titled ‘The Christian Epistemic Image in Northern European Print, c.1570–1700’, is concerned with the printed visualisation of subjects on the boarders between science and religion in late-sixteenth- and seventeenth-century northern Europe. Expanding upon existing research into the ways in which religion was implicit in the visual culture of the ‘Scientific Revolution’, this project considers the ways in which religion was also explicit in printed images produced within this space. To this end, typological, morphological and thematic groupings of Christian epistemic prints which have received little, if any, art historical attention, are presented as case studies. These include explorations of devotional horological images, devotional calendar prints with adjusted astrology, and Christian visualisations of observable astronomical phenomena.