Christians Under Attack

This political cartoon is old, but it came to my attention recently and it clearly has not lost its relevance. We can debate whether Christians are “under attack” in any meaningful sense anywhere in the English speaking world – being disagreed with is not an attack, and while there are instances of harassment, discrimination, and other kinds [Read More...]

How To Tell You’re A Professional

The picture above was shared on Reddit. The best part is that someone offered an extended quote from C. S. Lewis in the comments. Here is the relevant section from his Mere Christianity: People get from books the idea that if you have married the right person you may expect to go on ‘being in [Read More...]

American Christians Celebrate Paris Massacre

The title of this blog post is the equivalent of what the Christian Broadcasting Network recently offered, when it reported on a radical cleric in Pakistan who managed to get a grand total of 40 people to attend a funeral honoring the terrorists who killed people at the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris. The headline they [Read More...]

The Aim of Terrorism

Dan McClellan drew the cartoon above and shared it on Twitter. It illustrates the reason why it is important to not respond to intolerance with intolerance. It is self-defeating. If we hate all those who fit into a category with terrorists, then the claim of the terrorists that we are against their people becomes true, even if [Read More...]

The Murders at #CharlieHebdo

Anyone who has seen the cartoons published in the French magazine Charlie Hebdo will know that they were deeply shocking and offensive. But no one deserves to die for being offensive. It isn’t satirical cartoonists who dishonor Muhammad. It is people who kill satirical cartoonists in his name. According to Islamic tradition, when Muhammad and [Read More...]

Discount Epiphany

I saw this on Episcopal Church Memes on Facebook, and thought I'd share it. There are a few serious thoughts that come to mind about it. One is that the way we spend, or refrain from spending, says a lot about what we really value. Another is that, in the ancient world, there really weren't [Read More...]

Aria 51

Via Facebook. Source unknown [Read more...]

Who Wants Change?

This cartoon came to my attention via Facebook and I have not tracked down the source or artist. [Read more...]

Wise Men Off Track

Via Christians Tired of Being Misrepresented on Facebook. It looks like it is clearly from Inherit the Mirth, but I have not tracked down the original source, only a place where greeting cards with the cartoon can be purchased. [Read more...]

The Dark Knight of Faith

From Existential Comics (who will explain the joke to you, if you don’t get it). [Read more...]

Merry Christmas!

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