Ted learns new ways

January 31st, 2011, 12:01 am

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corruption, January 31st, 2011, 1:38 am

Gayness
Gay used to mean happy. The Flinstone theamesong ends with "We'll have a gay old time."

Tablix, January 31st, 2011, 2:13 pm


i still think when gay means happy is a seasonal thing for christmas o wo like in the christmas carols

CartoonistWill, February 2nd, 2011, 9:20 pm


I love that t-shirt. It's hilarious. :-)

Anyway, you're right, Michael, about how I need to read more of your comic. I skipped ahead to the newer stuff instead of the stuff further into the archive I was perusing. I like the tone here much better.

I agree with a lot here on this page and like how they're having a peaceful conversation and being open minded with one another. In real life this doesn't always happen, but it's nice when it does.

Panel 2 - This is great stuff! This is how every minister or pastor or etc should approach their ministry.

Panel 3 - "The student that believes every word of his teacher is but a fool." Really good words! I had a teacher at Bible college that taught us this. It was one of the things that helped me to start thinking for myself instead of letting others think for me. People need to remember that their preacher/teacher/minister is a fallible human being like themselves.

Panel 1 - I think that is a common misunderstanding of praying out loud, although I agree with the desire to pray silently. The religious leaders of that time would loudly pray on a busy street corner for the sole purpose of making people think they were godly/better than them and attracting attention - Jesus wants us not to do this as this is not why we pray (it's a good principle for everything we do). It's possible Jesus himself prayed out loud in public according to verses like Mark 8:6 (though this could have been silent), but I think most of the examples from Scripture show Jesus getting off by himself to pray as his time with his Father was very important and intimate to him. So, I'm definitely all for praying silently. I however admit I like to pray out loud *in private* or with very close friends who are Christians. Whenever my girl and I are out in public, for example, and we want to pray before eating we consider who is with us or/and keep our voices down as not to disturb other customers. Standing up and praying loudly in the middle of Olive Garden so everyone is forced to hear you isn't really cool.

Good job on this page, Michael!

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