Category Archives: Comics

Sunday’s Best: The Point of History

You know it’s been a week when you don’t post a “Sunday’s Best” comic until Wednesday evening.  But that’s the kind of week it has been. Good but packed.  I’ll get to the reasons for that sometime soon.  Until then, … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Red Sea Today

It’s always nice to see a Bible-themed comic on a Sunday.  WuMo does that for us today: There’s obviously an ecological message going on here.  True and duly noted.  There’s also another level to it that comes into play when … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Friendship and the Fall

Here’s last Sunday’s classic Calvin and Hobbes from Bill Watterson.  It’s a little more somber than usual, but it fits the mood of the season well.  The strip showcases an interesting turn: the frustrations of people to the genuine joy … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Move Along

Today’s Sunday Frazz strips moves along nicely, but it’s the last panel that seals the deal for the laugh.  Also: quality wordplay. (image from gocomics.com)

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School Supply List: The Next Level

It’s always a jolt remembering that the school year starts at different times depending on tradition and philosophy.  Sometimes it feels like the kids in Frazz spend most of the hot summer days in the classroom.  The kids in Peanuts … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Summer’s Fade

Today’s Sunday Frazz is a nice visual with an almost-universal sentiment.  Even as the temperatures stay high and the sun burns bright, summer itself continues its slow fade. (image from gocomics.com)

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Entertainment Culture, A Warning

While tracking down a short piece by A. W. Tozer to use for the faculty in a future meeting, I came across his piece titled “The Great God Entertainment.”  The piece, written in the 1950s, feels utterly appropriate for our … Continue reading

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