up against religion

Ya, sometimes this is how I feel. Little David with a pebble up against an ancient giant!You know, that church building represents religion, and I meet plenty of negative religion outside of church walls as well. In fact, some of the most ferociously religious people I've met have been outside the church.The kind of religion I'm up against is the kind that taunts and degrades people, attempts to control them, manipulates them and shames them, that limits rational thought, critical thinking … [Read more...]

a difficult equation

I'm not very good at math but even I could figure this out.But I think with a little bit of effort we can create a counter equation.Own the original drawing, or buy a a print of this cartoon. … [Read more...]

purge

There is a saying, "Eat the meat, spit out the bones." Why are there so many bones?Most of our spiritual walk seems to be purging ourselves of all the bad stuff we were fed. Spiritual food-poisoning.But we must do it. It's part of the healing process.Acquire the original drawing of this cartoon. Or buy a print.The winner of last night's Freebie Friday print, Sophia "trapped" is Chantel! Congratulations! I'll need your mailing address Chantel.Would you like to talk with me? GO HERE. … [Read more...]

for sale

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the mind and spiritual growth

Spiritual transformation is very difficult.The mind is a very complex organ, bent on its own self-preservation, security and comfort. The brain's primary purpose is to protect the organism. Once we see this to be true, then many other things make sense.For instance, the brain is an expert tweaker. We can see self-protection occurring in religion and spiritual growth. Often, what we think is spiritual growth is actually a slight modification of the thoughts already present. But the brain is … [Read more...]

moneyed marriage

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breaking free of the community

Sophia decided she had to make the definitive cut that tied her to the constrictive and controlling community. With one decisive swing of the axe, she separated herself and set herself apart. Of course, it would be interpreted as violent, rash, unnecessary and permanent, but this was the only way she could find her own mind, her own voice and even her own life... her right to be independent. It was a prophetic act against the community. But it was a prophetic act for herself. Within what one … [Read more...]

a bad marriage

In my opinion it is a terrible partnership. It won't last.However, for some reason the marriage prevailed.But there's something sickeningly symbiotic about this relationship.Buy a print of this cartoon here.Check out my books that are full of cartoons.  … [Read more...]

pitfalls after leaving the church

I would never want to claim I have my act together. I don't. And I don't want to pretend to either. There are days when I am not doing well. I am just now emerging out of two of the darkest months of my entire life. I'm not out of the woods yet. (Maybe some of you extra sensitive ones have detected something.)In 1 Corinthian 5:27, when Paul says that he lets his body take the punches, I think he was partially referring to taking the assault of life full on. In other words, he let his body … [Read more...]

freebie friday: cartoon print “Bad Atheism”

(Today I'm giving away a free print of this cartoon to the winner in the draw.)There is bad belief. Believers should admit this.There is bad atheism. Atheists should admit this.Here's all you have to do to enter the draw:Join my free daily newsletter. Make a comment on this blog post!I close the contest tonight at midnight Atlantic Time. Have fun! … [Read more...]


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