Monday, February 27, 2012

historical hiccup

History repeats. With the occasional hiccup, the extraordinary disruption that changes everything, but unfortunately not everyone....


  1. If it is right to love the sinner no leave the sin to God, why are you singling out people in this case (pharisees, evangelicals) rather than just loving them? How should we interpret this in light of your previous posts?


  2. As you mentioned in a comment on one of the other cartoons, we are called to tackle injustice, and to address the fact that people are being victimized.

    So am I singling out specific groups of people? Yes. Why? I'm exploring the parallels between the pharisees and the evangelicals (who ironically usually present pharisees very negatively in Sunday school and sermons).

    Why is it that people outside of the church say things like "I'm okay with Jesus, but I don't like Christians"? As Gandhi said, and as this cartoon is pointing out, "I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ."