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  • craig cottongim

    Ha! I’ve seen this in a church history class…
    in a C of C Restoration Movement college where I did my undergrad.
    Well, it’s good to have a sense of humor, thanks for posting :-)

  • http://www.missionalyouthministry.com/ Robbie Mackenzie

    I too have seen this Craig and have been a part of this line of thinking. I have often wondered: “why is it that we think we are the only smart ones who has figured out all of the mysteries of the Word and our interpretation is over and above all others?”

    There is some amazing aspects of the Restoration Movement (redemptive aspects) but this comic hit a little too close to home 😉

  • JamesG3

    I’ve seen it, too, but it had the Restoration Movement in the apostasy branches and it’s author’s group in the magnifying glass. That old chart was used by many denominations, they just shuffle the names around according to their prejudice/preference.

  • Mijk V

    I’d say this cartoon is a little out of date in our post-denominational milieu. Now it’s more like: “So this is where our celebrity teaching pastor came along and finally got the Bible right.” The notion continues, but is now even more asinine.

  • Luke

    This describes way too many people I know…