John 3:16 (Yoda Translation)

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Happy Hanukkah!

To all readers who celebrate (or, in view of this cartoon, maybe I should write cellebrate?) Hanukkah, I wish you a happy one! (The cartoon was originally shared here, but I removed it at the cartoonist's request. Click through to see it!)   [Read more...]

Is Your Jesus a Spoiled Brat?

David Hayward is on a roll this week. Here’s his latest cartoon: David adds the comment: You’d think he would have outgrown this narcissistic attitude by the time he became an adult. But… according to many… apparently not. This is really insightful. The God and the Jesus that many conservative Christians envisage is one who [Read More...]

Season’s Greetings from the Vaders

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So Inoffensive It’s Offensive?

Hemant Mehta shared the image above of a satirically minimalist and generic holiday display, found (perhaps ironically) on a shoe store which traces its origins to the Book of Genesis. The window display’s attempt to be as generic for the “holidays” as possible reminded me of this cartoon: (subtext) [Read more...]

God’s Relationship to Theology

Another provocative cartoon by David Hayward. What do you think it means? I take it to mean that the depiction of God in theology is no more accurate than Fox News' depictions of Obama. Could it be understood in a different way – as though theology itself is more frequently attacking God than portraying him [Read More...]

Santa Parkour

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The Most Interesting Blog Commenter in the World

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Wookie the Chew

Via Reddit, I discovered James Hance’s delightful art which depicts Star Wars characters as though they were part of the Winnie the Pooh stories. Click through to see more - it is worth it, if you want to see Kanga and Roo turned into Tauntauns! [Read more...]

The Greatest Action Story Ever Told

Another classic of the holiday season!   [Read more...]

Now That’s Just Wrong

Church tradition clearly indicates that the dinosaur did not arrive at the same time as Bill and Ted… But seriously, I do appreciate a sci-fi or other variation on the traditional nativity set, and have shared some in the past. But I like there to be something that is worth talking about in the choice [Read More...]


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