Knock knock! Who’s there? A Catholic.

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As an evangelist, I'm laboring under a triple whammy: I'm a New Englander, I'm shy, and I'm a Catholic. (Also I was in my pajamas, but so is half the country.) All three together mean that I'm entirely focused on closing the door as quickly as I can and getting back to my comfortable, private living room. I have almost zero inclination to tell a stranger, "Hey, have you heard about this magnificent truth which will transform you life? Let me tell you .  .  ." But that is what the Pope (and all t … [Read more...]

Artist of the Month: Matt Clark’s Amphibians, Minotaurs, and other Christian Art

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Editors’ Note: This article is part of the Patheos Public Square on Religion and Visual Art. Read other perspectives here. ****Matt Clark, 39, is a teacher, print maker, and freelance illustrator who lives in Florida with his wife and growing family (they are expecting baby #7 in a matter of weeks). This interview is one of a series with religious artists. My questions are in bold. ****You are Anglican, and make secular and overtly religious art; but on your website, you say, "I don … [Read more...]

New Evanglization WIN: A Cosmological Proof for the Existence of God . . . in comic book form

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Got a few minutes? Take your teenagers , or your skeptical, meme-educated internet friend, or yourself through this simple, graphic explanation for why it's perfectly reasonable to think that God must exist, and what kind of being we mean when we say "God": Why God Exists: A Rational proof in graphic art form. It makes a heavy topic clear, and is written by a fellow who is thoroughly familiar with the dark alleys and dead ends that pass for logic on the internet. Here's a little excerpt, where … [Read more...]


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