I must admit that I’m not the most humorous person in the world. In fact I find myself taking life a bit too seriously at times. This revelation has lead me to make an effort at seeing the lighter side of life’s difficulties and challenges.
While I’m still very interested in the philosophical underpinnings of logic and reason and viewing religion and my relationship with Christ with more of a scientific/philosophical lens, I’d like to take time to add some humor and fun to the site. As a result, here is my first post related to the lighter side of things.
It’s been said that “A picture is worth a thousand words”. A very creative person made a quick sketch that sums up a major problem with traditional denominationalism and churchianity. It’s very clever and humorous cartoon, yet still conveys the deep message of the dangers of what I write about on this site.
I found this cartoon on www.fundamentallyreformed.com and just had to share it. I’m not sure who the credit goes to for the cartoon but the credit on fundamentallyreformed.com is to “Tom’s Doubts cartoon by Saji”.
It reminds me of the membership classes I had to take when I was in the IFB. It conveys the lunacy of what is taught in churches today, whether overtly stated, as in this cartoon and in IFB churches around the world, or covertly implied through teachings in membership classes and in the pulpit.
The serious nature of denominationalism is portrayed in this cartoon and it gives us a good sense of obvious flawed logic in this line of thinking.
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